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.
Ever wonder what your cow, sheep or horse can smell or taste? They might sense more than you thought, and you can use that knowledge to help them.
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.
Summer weather can be rough on your pastures, and that can affect your animals. Follow these tips to keep your fields in prime shape for livestock.
This round of contenders, led by a very thoughtful horse, includes a gorgeous chicken, a playful pig, curious camelids and a friendly donkey.
Horses, cattle, goats and sheep have different behaviors and tendencies, requiring different fencing needs. Here’s how to choose the best for your animals.