Tag: dairy sheep
Suffolk Sheep were first recognized in 1797 in breed books. Since 1888, the Suffolk Sheep have traveled to new continents and become a staple of American and Canadian sheep farms
Dairy farms have more options than only the traditional dairy cow. In many parts of the world, the goat is the leading supplier of milk, cheese, and other dairy products.
Understanding your need for raising sheep will help you find the best breed for your farm. Do you want to raise sheep for fiber, meat or dairy?
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Icelandic sheep are one of the best dairy sheep breeds around, and are known for their high milk yield and irresistibly soft wool.
The best time of the year to buy commercial beef cattle is in the fall. Most cattle and calves raised on pasture are marketed then and thus bred cows offered
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