We often forget that bees can use extra help during the heat.There are several things you can do to help them and one is to make bee watering stations. … Read More
Originally bred in early 1940s, Dorper sheep are a cross from Dorset horned rams and Blackhead Persian ewes. They represent the best qualities of each. … Read More
Crop rotation benefits include improved nutrients in your soil, avoidance of pests and disease, and bigger, more nutritious vegetables. … Read More
During my 40+ years in business, I have raised several duck breeds. None can compare with the uniqueness, adaptability and usefulness of the Muscovy duck. … Read More
If you want to raise a row crop and don’t want to use herbicides, you may want to consider an old row crop tractors with a cultivator attachment. Row crop … Read More
Often described as “The King of Chickens,” the Brahma chicken breed was developed in America from very large fowl imported by from China. … Read More
I’m willing to bet that if you start an herb garden, growing basil (Ocimum Basilicum) will be high on your garden herbs list and one of the first herbs you’ll … Read More
Wyandotte chickens were called “American Sebright” fowl until the late 1800s when there name was changed to “Wyandotte,” after a Native American tribe. … Read More
For first time chicken keepers, seeing chickens taking a dust bath for the first time can be an alarming sight. The chickens often appear to be having some sort of … Read More
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