This round of contenders, led by marching ducklings, includes a horse nuzzling a cat, a cow shielding a calf, two goats and a chicken.
Understanding what large livestock animals can see and hear compared with humans helps you interpret behavior and improve your interactions with them.
Five women farmers over 50 share insight about their experiences in life and agriculture. In this second segment, the topic is death.
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.
This alternative to annual rebreeding can keep milk production going for several years. Read more about it in our July/August issue.
The survey shows big increases in the number of goat dairies and women farmers; other data reveal the popularity of goat products such as cheese and soap.
Horses, cattle, goats and sheep have different behaviors and tendencies, requiring different fencing needs. Here’s how to choose the best for your animals.