Some hens are repeatedly ravished by roosters yet shunned by fellow females. Help them regain and maintain well-being by following these steps.
Mosquitoes are tiny but terrible. Learn how they threaten your farm (especially horses) and how mosquito control can prevent them from doing damage.
The FDA mandates commercial eggs be sanitized and chilled for consumer protection. The European Union—and U.S. small-flock farmers—know differently.
Goose eggs are much like chicken eggs, only bigger and a bit harder to crack. Here are several delicious ways you can eat the goose eggs you collect.
Too little or too much selenium can prove fatal, and salt blocks alone cannot guarantee sufficient amounts. Here are ways to get sheep what they need.
Chicken anatomy goes beyond the wing and the drumstick. Can you identify the cloaca, the hock and shank, or the proventriculus?
As prey animals, donkeys hide pain and discomfort well. Here’s what to look for in attributes, movement and demeanor to gauge general donkey health.
Poultry lice are an unfortunate fact of life when you live with chickens. Here’s how to spot an infestation, how the lice operate and what you can do.