Play helps domesticated animals learn about themselves and their environment while strengthening companionships. Play is a sign of a healthy animal.
Many fencing systems exist, and selection depends on animals, grazing management plans, long-term goals and budget. Learn which is right for you.
Consider feeding them hay, planting certain types of trees that provide food when you pasture them, devising an effective water system and making your own feed.
Not immediately, but there’s a chance the disease could spread to North America. In the meantime, here are biosecurity tips for your pigs.
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.
If you’re new to raising pigs, it’s not always obvious when they’re at slaughter weight. Here’s a tape-measure trick can give you an idea of a pig’s weight.
Respiratory ailments similar to human colds, flu and pneumonia affect cattle, horses, pigs, sheep and goats. Here are symptoms as well as treatment and prevention strategies.
Heritage pigs are great for pasturing, but they pack on more fat than feed-efficient breeds. As long as you know what to do with it, fat can be a very good thing.