Keep your cattle, pigs, goats, sheep and chickens safe from threats by various predators with these tried-and-tested techniques.
Requirements for dairy and meat goats differ, and they’re not always similar to those for dairy and beef cattle. Here’s our guide to nutrition for goats.
Will you have extra pumpkins on your property? Consider giving them to sheep, goats, cattle or horses—and check with pumpkin patches for unwanted surpluses.
Getting a few chickens can lead to a full flock, which can then lead to a diverse farm with many types of animals. Here are the basics on adding livestock.
These measures that cover food, bedding, shelter and dry ground will keep your goats safe during flooding. It takes some work, but it’s worth it.
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.
Follow these directions to build a goat stanchion, a DIY livestock structure that allows you to easily groom, medicate and milk your dairy goats.
Domesticated goats need help keeping their hooves at the proper shape and length. Get your goats’ feet ready for summer with these basic instructions on a pedicure.