Keep your cattle, pigs, goats, sheep and chickens safe from threats by various predators with these tried-and-tested techniques.
We see double in photos of hogs, sheep and calves. Poultry and a big cow tongue round out the best submissions from a recent print issue.
This annual occurrence can leave your flock feeling stressed and ill at ease. Help alleviate the discomfort by following these four tips during molting.
Sure, a farm always has more than enough problems you can fix, but take opportunities to enjoy when things go right. It could pay off in unexpected ways.
Every chicken keeper encounters an ailing bird or birds eventually. Follow these helpful and healthful recommendations to treat a sick chicken.
Requirements for dairy and meat goats differ, and they’re not always similar to those for dairy and beef cattle. Here’s our guide to nutrition for goats.
Will you have extra pumpkins on your property? Consider giving them to sheep, goats, cattle or horses—and check with pumpkin patches for unwanted surpluses.