Anemia is a common health problem in ruminant animals, and the malady can quickly lead to death. Here’s how to prevent and monitor for sheep anemia.
As summer temperatures climb, it’s important to understand signs of heat stress in your chickens, potential flock impact and ways to cool birds down.
Hot days can be stressful to a dangerous degree for chickens, so build an inexpensive DIY swamp cooler for the coop to help your birds chill out.
Most garden plants don’t thrive in extreme heat and benefit from some shade, so check out these easy, low-cost ways to make a DIY shade cloth for your plants.
Raising chicks is fun and rewarding, but you need to provide the right heat to ensure their survival. Here are a few options for warming chicks without a heat lamp.
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.
Summer arrived in the Ozarks practically overnight. It’s hot—really hot—and Ursula’s going to have her lamb next week. She’s fat and grouchy and thinks she should have a fan right now. That’s one of the ways we stay cool.