Which homestead animals should you start with? Keep reading to discover which animals are the best to start with and why. #homesteadsurvivalsite #homesteading #homesteadanimals #livestock #homesteading
If you are thinking about raising goats on your homestead, there are a few things you should know. #homesteadsurvivalsite #raisinggoats #goats #livestock #homesteading
There are many advantages to owning pigs. They grow fast, they’re fairly easy to raise, and they’re prolific breeders.
Choosing the right breed of goats to keep on your homestead is vital to the success and longevity of your survival livestock plan. #homesteadsurvivalsite #goats #homesteader #raisinggoats #livestock
Homestead pets and livestock can become ill or injured at any time, which is why all homesteaders should learn basic livestock first aid.
Pigs are very messy, and they get their water dirty. To get around this, try building a DIY automatic pig waterer. It’s easy!
If you have a small homestead, sheep are an excellent option. They don’t require a lot of space and are fairly easy to handle.
The key to raising quality meat rabbits is starting small. Invest in proven breeding stock and buy just one buck and one doe.
The best goats for off grid living are hardy enough to survive on low-quality brush while producing ample meat and milk.
To contain your livestock, you need a fence that is sturdy, long-lasting, and easy to build. Watch this video to find out to get.