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Some people are hesitant to get goats, often because of some common myths about goats, but none of them are true.
If you do decide to raise sheep, there are many things you need such as food, water, shelter, and more. That is the subject of this video.
Getting new livestock is an exciting time, but it can become an epic failure if you make one of these livestock mistakes.
Whether you keep poultry, cows, sheep, or goats, there are predators that will try to make a meal out of your animals.
Aside from the cuteness and the fact that your family is pleading for them, here are seven practical reasons your homestead needs goats.
Rabbits provide a healthy source of meat, can thrive on a small amount of space, have a short turnaround time, and are very feed efficient.
To decide which animals are right for your homestead, you’ll need to consider several factors. Here are the most common types of livestock.