Managing livestock means more than just dealing with the animals in our herds. It also means taking into account the animals that we live amongst. In some cases, grizzlies, and the humans who are there to protect them.
Soil balancing, or BCSR, and William Albrecht have a big following, and you'd think that that many people couldn't be wrong. But it turns out, this theory just doesn't hold up and is costing folks time and money they could better use elsewhere.
Last week Kathy shared the budget for a backyard broiler operation. Now, here's a budgeting tool for doing it on a larger scale to tell you what kind of profit you might expect from your own operation. Does it pay to do this? Tell us!
Recently, I heard a farmer state that mid-summer foliar grass diseases are the most significant problem on on his farm. It's true, these diseases, that are found everywhere, can reduce forage quality and palatability. Here's how to recognize some of them, and what to do to reduce the problem.
Sometimes cows eat rabbits too! Here's a look at some unusual animal eating behavior and why they choose to eat things we wouldn't have imagined for them. If your livestock are eating strange things, you'll learn why here.