Learn the basics of raising animals, whether for hobby farming or for consumption.
There will come a time when you have to administer medication to your chickens orally. It's generally not the easiest thing to do, but my tips will make it simple.
To deal with a persistently muddy pathway I elected to build a quick, inexpensive boardwalk.
As the temperatures rise, your coop might start to smell a bit less pleasant than you would want. This all natural refresh spray will provide a bit of aromatherapy for your chickens.
Forget the high price tags at grocery stores for pork. Raise your own healthy meat.
We found out the hard way that cinder blocks can be dangerous in the coop.
Sarah is a city girl who grew up on styrofoam packaged meat and now shares her views and experiences on raising animals for meat herself.
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