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.
This round of Say Cheese contenders includes a curious calf, cuddly kitten, grinning goats and much more, so check out this photo roundup from Hobby Farms readers!
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.
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.
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.
Spring is delivery time on the hobby farm, so here are some considerations to make sure you’re ready for livestock birth and the arrival of baby animals.