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.
Sure, goats are great for milk and fiber, but many breeds can be raised on small and compact farms to provide healthy, delicious meat for the freezer.
Hay is getting harder to find, and prices during the shortage are through the roof. Here's what's going on and tips for feeding your livestock this winter.
Wild Rose Farm founder Jessica Lubic tells us how her goats helped clear up acres of blackberry bushes and weedsâ€”and now provide delicious on-farm dairy.
When you keep livestock, it’s sometimes necessary to restrain animals to administer care. Learn about some of the common pieces of equipment for safe restraint.
If you intend to sell sheep or goats, you need to register and tag your livestock with scrapie tags. Here’s what to know about the disease and requirements.
Sheep and goats make excellent livestock for small farms with financial or space limitations, and their products can bring producers some income, too.