What you need to know about maintaining safe chicken pens and runs in the winter. We’ll discuss chicken sweaters (don’t do it), heating and more.
Adding a dairy goat farming business plan to your homestead goals takes careful thought and preparation. Take a look at some ideas to get you started.
So, how cold is too cold for chickens? There’s no magic number or exact answer. In general, chickens can survive quite well in cold temperatures.
Rotation is the key to raising pigs on pasture. This allows the vegetation to regrow and the fields from being over filled with pig manure and mud.
Planting in straw bales is easy and inexpensive. Here’s how to get started. Psst – You can also make your own bales!
Have you heard that providing corn for chickens can make them overheat? Even experienced chicken owners still believe a few old wives’ tales.
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