Kate St. Cyr
When it comes to choosing which meat chickens to raise, there are several options available on the market. Broilers such as the Cornish Cross chicken and Red Ranger chicken generally
When the dinner bell rings for a backyard flock, the hens come running. There’s nothing like complete, balanced chicken feed. But what happens after your chickens are finished pecking away
Countryside Magazine Contributor
By Tamsin Cooper
Many a dairy goat farmer may envy the progress of Holstein cattle that have doubled milk production over the last 40 years. However, looking closely, improvements in productivity
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.
Handling livestock, whether to provide routine care or for treatment of sickness, is a common and often unavoidable part of livestock production. However, there are instances where handling can be
Backyard Poultry Contributor
By Doug Ottinger, Minnesota — Feathers are a very complex part of the bird. Chicken feather growth will eventually stop and the feathers will fall off of the bird (only to be
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