Pat Coleby’s guiding principle seems to be that if you provide the animal with the right vitamins and minerals, it will heal itself. She seeks to work with the animal’s […]
The heat tolerance and tick resistance of this Indo-American breed has made it indispensable in the South.
Thanksgiving is just around the corner. We’re all looking forward to spending time with the family giving thanks for our blessings. And we certainly have a lot to be thankful […]
If you were farming this past spring, you probably got caught up in the usual scenario—rushing around trying to check things off of the never-ending to-do list, desperately pulling weeds […]
So you crave the taste of fresh, homegrown vegetables, but the idea of a huge row garden seems a little daunting, and canning just isn’t your thing, either. How do […]
Whether crossbred or composite, the Braford is well suited to the hot, humid American South.
Is the lovable Frizzle a breed or a variety? The answer lies in the genetics.
It was the mid-19th century. The cattle drive era was in full swing, and longhorns from Texas were entering Kansas in droves on their way up to the railheads. New […]
Unlike some of the other Joel Salatin books we recommend, You Can Farm is not a practical how-to guide, but a philosophical challenge geared toward beginners. It’s a great way […]
The “good cow that fed Paris” offers many positive traits to the commercial cow-calf producer.