Belfair miniature cattle are the first dual-purpose miniature cattle developed in America. Developed by Tracy Teed of Conway, Washington, Belfair cattle are 50% Jersey, from high test Jersey cows bred … Read More
Let’s explore the question how do chickens lay eggs and why it’s not a problem that it comes out of the same opening as you-know-what. … Read More
When planning your DIY fence installation always remember: A good fence should be horse high, bull strong and hog tight—and for goats, water tight as well. … Read More
The advantage of growing arugula from seed in my office as opposed to the garden is that I can go on vacation, fill the water tank and set the light … Read More
The successful, savory narrative of salting food preservation is fascinating when its history and uses are examined. … Read More
Olive Egger chickens are not a breed, per se, but a cross of two breeds — usually a blue egg layer and a dark brown egg layer. … Read More
Easter Eggers are not a breed, rather a hybrid cross. Their egg color makes them a popular choice. Easter Eggers will not switch egg color throughout their life. … Read More
This week’s Chickens In A Minute video by Backyard Poultry answers the most asked chicken question ever – do chickens need a rooster to lay eggs? … Read More
Improved and standardized for production qualities, the Narragansett turkey became the foundation of the turkey industry in New England. Recognized in 1874. … Read More
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