Cattle don’t need TLC when the temperatures drop, but it is important to attend to their water, feed and shelter needs as cold weather settles in.
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.
Cattle are generally well-suited to cold temperatures, but prepare for winter now to ensure livestock health and comfort when the mercury drops.
Fall is a lovely season on the farm, but it’s also a time to get things ready in advance for winter. Here are six tasks to complete before cold sets in.
Spring weather can be very unpredictable, so when springtime cold weather hits, protect your chickens and other poultry from the frosty effects.
Providing pigs with water can be a challenge, but careful equipment selection and best practices can help–especially when winter temperatures drop below freezing.
Tire chains can be essential for maintaining good tire traction on snow and ice. These six tips can help you get the best performance from your tire chains.
Winter can bring boredom to the chicken coop—sometimes to dramatic and destructive effect. But these boredom busters keep chickens enriched and healthy.
Poultry-keepers can’t hide inside when the temperature drops, so here are five essentials to have on hand when caring for a chicken flock during winter.