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Katherine Drovdahl answers your pressing goat questions. In this issue: What to feed goats. And will poison hemlock hurt my animals?
The lure of the wide open range and the romance of ranching entices you to search how to start a cattle farm and cattle shed design ideas. Are you
Have you ever wondered what can chickens eat out of the garden? Find out what’s best for your backyard flock to eat from your vegetable garden.
Yarn weights should be considered before getting wool yielding animals. Wool, fleece and fiber can be harvested from a number of wool animals.
Poisoning is relatively unusual in backyard poultry, especially if you use common sense in keeping your flock away from pesticides, herbicides, rodenticides, fungicide-treated seed (intended for planting), wood preservatives, rock
Goats are expert foragers but they can’t eat everything. Recognizing poisonous plants for goats avoids disaster. Kat Drovdahl answers reader questions regarding poisonous plants for goats.
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