“How do I avoid getting sick?” is a common question when folks consider keeping chickens, but you can get poultry without getting sick with some basic precautions.
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.
When fecal matter hardens, it can cause a blockage to a chick’s gastrointestinal system called pasty butt that, if left uncleaned, can cause the chick to die.
Omnipresent in our environment, fungi can cause serious illness in poultry flocks. Here’s a look at five of the most common fungal diseases and mycotoxins that can affect our fowl.
It's hot out there! Animals can suffer in extreme heat, so follow these three basic tips to keep livestock cool and healthy during a summer heatwave.
It’s important to keep an eye on your sheep’s feet to avoid lameness. And when you’re checking for foot rot, you may want to go ahead and do a quick hoof trim.
Follow these steps to protect your goats against shipping fever, a collection of ailments commonly associated with transporting livestock.