Chicken-keepers know that coop doors are critical to flock safety. These six tips keep things tight while improving chores for you, too.
Prized by settlers for its many virtues, the Pineywoods Cattle breed brings numerous valuable traits to both hobby farmers and large cattle producers alike.
Fecal egg counts give keepers information that’s critical to parasite control. And you don’t need a veterinary degree to perform your own.
Sheep are vulnerable to a number of predators, so it’s important to plan ahead to protect your animals against threat. Here are a few different options.
Pigs raised on pasture are healthier, happier and better tasting. Here’s what you need to get started with hogs on your hobby farm.
Rodents in and around the coop can devastate chick populations, spread disease and cause fires. Here are some tips for keeping your coop rodent-free.
Our contributor responds to some of the chicken-keeping questions she’s fielded this year, including buying internet eggs and determining a bad egg.