Watch Out! Rams And Bucks Are In Rut

Guess what? It’s rut! That means it’s breeding time for us goats and sheep. It also means that if you have studly bucks and rams on your farm, you should be extra careful this time of year.


Get The Most From Dewormers

Let’s wrap up this series on internal parasites with some steps you can take to get the most out of chemical dewormers on your farm.

6 Natural Methods for Deworming Livestock

Last week, we discussed barber pole worms, a major killer of goats and sheep. This week, let’s talk about some ways you can help control livestock parasites in addition to using chemical dewormers.

Can I Milk Sheep?

Sheep milk is very rich, but you’ll need dairy sheep instead of meat sheep.

How to Manage Q Fever

Keep your livestock and yourself safe from Q fever with these management tips.

Carrot: Our Small, Surprise Lamb

This blog is for Abigail, who wanted to know more about having lambs. I said I’d blog about it when our next lamb arrived, and he’s here!