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  • Goats are pretty easy to keep. Find out how much space and food they need and how to provide basic care for these friendly and curious animals

    How to Raise and Care for Goats

    How to Raise and Care for Goats

    by sadie4234

  • Crucial information that could save the life of a lamb that is cold, chilled, or has hypothermia. Hypoglycemia and starvation are addressed as well.

    Hypothermia in Lambs

    Hypothermia in Lambs

    by Rachel Koski12

  • Cage-free, free roaming, and ranging rabbits for meat—does it work? Read on for what I did and what I learned.

    Free-Range Meat Rabbits

    Free-Range Meat Rabbits

    by Rachel Koski2

  • People love to breed animals with extreme characteristics, but what does this mean for chickens? Take a gander at some truly freaky chicken breeds.

    Twelve Utterly Bizarre Chicken Breeds

    Twelve Utterly Bizarre Chicken Breeds

    by Theophanes32

  • "How much hay do I need for the winter?" In this article, I'll discuss how I calculate how much hay to buy each winter without buying too much or too little.

    How Much Hay Do My Animals Need for Winter?

    How Much Hay Do My Animals Need for Winter?

    by Rachel Koski1

  • Domestic ducks are ducks that are cared for and/or raised by people. People typically raise ducks for pets, eggs, meat, and show. Domesticated ducks rely on people for food and shelter.

    What Is a Domestic Duck?

    What Is a Domestic Duck?

    by Drake Runner1

  • Whether you raise chickens or just received a baby chick for Easter, you'll find a name in this list for every breed and personality.

    100+ Creative Names for Your Chicken

    100+ Creative Names for Your Chicken

    by Michelle Nguyen1

  • Taking care of lambs that have been rejected by their moms is a time-consuming job. Here are some signs of maternal rejection to look out for and detailed directions to bottle-feeding lambs.

    The Best Way to Take Care of a Rejected Lamb

    The Best Way to Take Care of a Rejected Lamb

    by Titia Geertman79

  • Aside from being an important agricultural commodity, sheep are often kept as pets. This article discusses what you need to know if you have pet sheep, or are considering acquiring some in the future.

    How to Care for Sheep as Pets

    How to Care for Sheep as Pets

    by Rachel Koski13

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