Just like raising children, people have many different opinions and styles regarding how to raise and keep a flock of backyard chickens. This post might just might get you thinking about all the available options available.
By Hank Will, Editor-in-Chief
Herd your cattle in the direction you want—calmly and efficiently—by understanding their flight zone.
This blog post is about battling scabies, enduring the snow storms, starting seedlings, and hauling Girl Scout cookies.
Our three precious goats are ready to deliver their babies any moment now! Here are some of the changes we've noticed with their bodies, behaviors and personalities as they prepare for this wonderful time.
As a backyard chicken owner, one of the most responsible things you can do for your flock is to learn how to cull a bird. You may never need to do it, but it's best to be prepared.
So, your goat is in labor and you think there is a problem. What do you do?
When a goat is in labor, sometimes the kid needs help to be born. This is Part 2 of Pulling a Kid.
The sometimes chaotic breakfast routine on the homestead.
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