Tenderness is critical to the meat-eating experience. Nobody enjoys sinking their teeth into a tough steak.
While allowing livestock of all types to enjoy the freedom and nutrition of pasture is ideal, there are times when animals may need to be temporarily confined. For instance, you might be raising chicks in a brooder, or you might need to isolate an injured animal in a stall. So how do you keep livestock…… Continue reading Pros and Cons of Deep-Litter Bedding
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Johnson grass is a common weed that occurs throughout Kansas, and one of the most expensive weeds that farmers have to deal with.
From 3 in 1 to heterosis to yield grade, all those confusing cattle terms you have wondered about.
Running a farm or ranch is not the only way to cash in on your agricultural interest.
Foxtail barley may be a native grass, and it may be attractive, but it poses serious health risks to pets and livestock.
The Livestock Conservancy has a very helpful and accurate chart to assist new poultry keepers in choosing the best breed for their circumstances.
So what are the components of milk? There are three main categories: fat, protein, and other solids.
Many a dog lover has watched a good Border Collie at work and gone home with a passion for herding. But if you haven’t grown up with working stockdogs, training one for the first time can seem daunting. While no book can replace experience as a way to master the nuances of handling livestock, with…… Continue reading Stockdog Savvy