Chickens tend to get all the glory, but if you’re looking for small-scale, urban livestock, consider rabbits—the hair-raising mammals are perfect pets!
Many urban dwellers are surprised to learn that they’re legally allowed to keep goats. But ask yourself these questions before making the leap.
A teenage visionary created a flourishing farm in Oklahoma. The young hobby farmer feeds her family and, by donating the profits, helps others, too.
You can build your own water garden, complete with goldfish, captured rainwater and hyacinths that can serve as hydroponic chicken treats.
Sometimes a chicken (or more than one) will die of mysterious circumstances, but a poultry necropsy—post-mortem examination—can often provide details.
Chicken runs are great for protecting birds from predators, and rotational grazing can ensure healthy, nutritious pasture for your flock to enjoy.
Proper lactation in dairy goats requires a bit of maintenance from the farmer. Follow these five tips to keep your goats milking well.
The founder tells us what it’s like being around water-loving emus while also training her Karakachan dog Louis to become a livestock guardian.