Though modern conveniences allow year-round storage, meat was once a seasonal concern, reflected in many of our dining traditions of today.
Thinking about planting trees in your pasture? There are a number of benefits, though also some concerns. Consider these tips when choosing what to plant.
Alpacas are calm and quiet animals, making them an ideal livestock choice for many. And these fiber animals don’t require large acreage to provide a profit.
A sire contributes more than just its 50 percent of a lamb's genetics, so it's critical to choose a breeding ram carefully. Here's what to look for before you buy.
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.
Get ready for winter now, before the weather gets really bad, to ensure your cattle stay healthy and safe no matter what Mother Nature throws at us.
It’s never fun dealing with dry weather, but there are some special concerns livestock farmers should keep in mind when moisture becomes scarce.