Keeping cattle is a rewarding farming endeavor, but it’s important to guard against ailments such as coccidiosis—and know what to do if illness does arise.
Before bringing home cattle for the first time, you should make sure your facilities are stocked and you have an adequate feed regimen. You’ll need to re-evaluate now and again, as well.
There’s never been a better time to start raising your own beef cattle for homegrown meat. These tips will help you find the right animal for your dinner table.
After cattle are turned out onto pasture, it’s important to do regular check-ins while providing feed and minerals to watch for common conditions in need of treatment.
When winter finally gives way to spring, it’s time to get cattle pastures ready for a season of livestock grazing. Here are a few things to keep in mind.
Choosing farmland is an obvious first choice for aspiring farmers, but it’s important to ask questions and choose carefully when making such a significant purchase.
Thinking about buying some cattle? From milk to beef, cattle are great small-farm livestock, but know these nine things before making the move.
Calving season can be stressful, and plenty of things can go wrong. But an ideal calving, such as described here, can be a simple and joyous experience.