Many school district budgets don’t cover agricultural education. As a chicken-keeper or farmer, you can give elementary school students a start.
If you’re considering entering animals at a county fair, here are the health and identification requirements you can expect before they hit the show ring.
Constant access to clean, cool water as well as shade and the right kind of snacks are crucial to getting your geese and ducks through hot weather.
These products, including a generator, portable power supply and lantern, are aimed at those who want to live more independently and self-sufficiently.
Waterfowl behave differently than chickens, but they still have their pecking orders that you need to respect. Here’s how to introduce new birds.
Ducks and geese have slightly different requirements than chickens. Here’s how to prepare for these waterfowl and when they can integrate with chickens.
Many fencing systems exist, and selection depends on animals, grazing management plans, long-term goals and budget. Learn which is right for you.
This round of contenders, led by a very funny farm, includes a camelid closeup, cold sheep, active pigs and a dog cozying up to a goat.
Winter is the time to look ahead and plan the coming year. We plan to add Runner Ducks, separate chickens and guineas, and (because we have 24 geese) start selling eggs.