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How Much Do Chickens Eat?

Chickens are delightful creatures, well worth investing in as pets, but owning them should be thought of as a long term commitment.

Visual Appraisal Checklist for Sheep Breeding

Whether you are planning to buy, sell, or choose sheep from your existing flock, it is important to know what a veteran sheep breeder is looking for during a visual appraisal.

Introducing New Chickens to Your Existing Flock

Every flock will have a period of adjustment, but with thoughtful planning, fighting can be kept to a minimum.

How Many Eggs Does a Chicken Lay?

Eggs are great sources of protein, and when raised organically can be lower in cholesterol than regular eggs available. Many people are choosing to raise flocks for this reason, but few stop to ask, "How many eggs does a chicken lay?"

Raising Meat Chickens – A Step by Step Guide

Before you go out and buy some chickens, you need to do some research. This guide will help you so you don't have any unexpected surprises.

Raising Rabbits for Preppers

As part of your preparedness plan or in your quest for off grid living, raising rabbits is an essential member of your livestock community. High in protein and easy to raise.

Bat Removal and Bat Control

Bats can cause a substantial amount of damage to homes and buildings if living inside them. Read about bat removal and control, and how they get rid of them.

Easy Horse Manure Management

To keep your horse healthy, you need to manage your horse manure. By removing manure daily, you prevent water contamination, horse parasites and stable flies.

How to Take Care of Cows – Tips for Beginners

Rearing cows can be a good source of income. Knowing how to take care of cows is very important so that you can get quality products from your cows.

Requirements for Keeping Cows

Keeping cows for profit requires commitment and considering a lot of things to have a good yield.

A Complete Beginners Guide to Raising Ducks

A lot of people nowadays are raising ducks for profits. The main reason for this is that ducks are easier to raise than chickens.

8 Common Myths About Raising Backyard Poultry

From fresh egg production to natural garden fertilizer, there is no shortage of benefits in raising backyard poultry.
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