USDA needs your help in eradicating an untreatable neurologic disease in sheep and goats, so read more to learn about scrapie and what you can do to help.
Obesity can plague our livestock just as it plagues us, so here are some of the dangers overweight equines face and what to do about the issue.
Summertime brings the bugs to your farm. Here are three common fly species that impact cattle and other livestock, and how you can work to control them.
Are your cattle on pasture at risk of frothy bloat? Learn to recognize the warning signs and what you should do to prevent this fatal condition.
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.
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.