Having a field full of endophyte-infected fescue is not a good thing…but what is an endophyte? Why is it bad?
Whether you are looking for a meat bird or a hard-working laying hen, here’s how to find a breed you will love.
If you are looking for a basic guide to purchasing and caring for a flock of sheep, try Sheep Production in Kansas. This 76-page bulletin was originally published by the Kansas State Agricultural College in 1927. The bulletin covers a variety of topics, including sheep selection, pasturing, feeding, and housing. Want to know: Which breedContinue reading “Free eBook: Sheep Production in Kansas”
For those of you who want to sell beef, How to Direct Market Your Beef by Jan Holder is a must-read! In a friendly, easy-to-understand manner, Holder explains the different aspects of direct marketing entrepreneurs will encounter, such as niches, pricing, distribution, advertising, public relations, and record keeping. You’ll also find out how to haveContinue reading “Free eBook: How to Direct Market Your Beef”
Oh, no! The hens have stopped laying! Few chicken-keeping problems are as bewildering as this one. So many variables affect egg production. How do you sort through them all? The quickest way to solve a laying problem is to keep good records well before the problem arises. Every day write down: The number of eggsContinue reading “When the Hens Stop Laying”