These insects love moisture and decaying plant matter. Here’s how to prevent earwigs from claiming your coop and get them out if they’ve already arrived.
A cow’s diet for optimal nutrition depends on whether they’re dairy or beef cattle, what you have on your farm and other variables. Here’s our guide.
These suggestions will help you best showcase your hens’ egg-laying abilities during egg competition at county fairs and similar events.
Hay can be a great supplement to your pastured pig program. Here are tips on what kind of hay to feed and how to get your pigs to start eating it.
Egg cartons are almost never OK to reuse, but that doesn’t mean they’re garbage. Here are things you can do with them and things you should avoid.
Giving goats medicine via injection or drench gun can seem intimidating, but with some knowledge and practice it’s not as difficult as you might think.
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.