A naturally polled, docile breed that calves easily and thrives on small acreage, the American Aberdeen breed of cattle could be right for your hobby farm.
When an animal dies, a necropsy can provide a wealth of information that may help your other animals. Here are some considerations for having a necropsy done.
Many hands make light work, and a community butchering party is a great idea at hog harvest time. Here are some tips to make sure it's a fun, efficient event!
A sire contributes more than just its 50 percent of a lamb's genetics, so it's critical to choose a breeding ram carefully. Here's what to look for before you buy.
Animals do the hard work of improving pastures and soil health, so choose the right ruminants for the land and native growth you already have.