Domestic Donkey Sizes Explained
Learn what you need to know about domestic donkey sizes.
Homesteaders might not know domestic donkey sizes may vary. Domestic donkeys come in four sizes. Miniature donkeys are less than nine hands (36 inches) at the withers when fully grown. Standard donkeys are over nine but under 12 hands (36 to 48 inches), large standard donkeys are 12 to 14 hands (48 to 56 inches) and mammoth donkeys are at least 14 hands (over 56 inches).
Tips for Transporting Livestock from a Veterinarian
If you breed livestock on your farm, sooner or later some of those critters are going to need to leave the property. Whether for shows or sales, building your reputation as a producer of good stock means getting them where others will see them. So let’s cover the basics of moving livestock off the farm […]
Era of the Southern Hog
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Fall Turkey Hunting
Fall turkey hunting is a pastime that emphasises woodsmanship, surrounding awareness, knowledge of mast species, scratching, turkey sign, mouth calls.