Livestock umbilical care is an easy, effective way to ensure a good start to life for newborn animals. Here’s what to know about managing your young livestock’s belly button.
Newborn livestock ruminants are highly susceptible to dehydration, so learn how to monitor for this issue on your farm and what to do about it.
Breeding your animals this spring? Consider utilizing a breeding soundness exam to evaluate your livestock’s reproductive capacity.
Bad hair day? Consider checking out the hair whorls on your cow’s face. Science has determined a cowlick is linked to cattle behavior, movement and even reproductive capacity.
Coccidiosis is a common bacterial condition in livestock, but when cold weather hits, the illness can present odd neurological symptoms, too.
You wear a coat in the winter, so does your livestock need coats, too? When it comes to horses, cattle, sheep and goats, the answer may surprise you.
Chronic Wasting Disease is in the U.S. to stay. Learn about CWD and what it means for local deer populations and livestock.
Equine massages are becoming the norm, but what about massages for goats or cows? Turns out your livestock could benefit from massage therapy, too.
Birds will find their way into your farm outbuildings, and your best best is to discourage most of them from nesting. Here are a few things you can do.
With having a hobby farm comes occasional encounters with wildlife. Here’s what to expect and how to get along with other critters humanely and responsibly.