Raising animals for the purpose of human consumption appears to be something of a moral and ethical dilemma, and here's why: Animals including cattle, sheep, chickens, hogs, geese, ducks, goats, and all others are living, thinking, feeling beings...
Raising geese is a lot easier than you may think. The effort is well worth it especially if you use the natural tendencies of the geese to benefit you. Read on to learn about weeder geese, pet geese and security alarm geese!
Follow these instructions and you'll know all you need to know to get started raising these amazing egg-layers
Kombu is used in many rich dietary traditions across the world. See why people are raving about this free to forage species of seaweed.
Humans use cow dung as a fertilizer, a fuel, a building material, and an insect repellent. It's also used to produce a biogas and paper and to play games. Other organisms use the dung as well.
Wool fiber is used to make clothes, bedding and insulation. It is renewable and recyclable. Wool is a wonder fabric that keeps you warm in winter and cool in summer.
American farmers got soybeans from China originally, but now soybeans raised in the USA are being sent to China in spectacular volumes
Alpaca and llama fibers are of the finest quality. Sheep wool tops today's animal fiber industry. So, what's different about the fleece of these herding animals?
Cornish Cross chickens were created to provide meat. If you have any questions about how to raise them yourself as meat birds in your own back yard, this guide will certainly answer any questions you may have about the breed.
If you want to raise your own high-quality eggs and save money, read on to find out what to grow for feed and forage and how to manage your foraging areas.
The Plymouth White Rock Chicken is an excellent breed for beginning as well as seasoned chicken owners. They are a nice addition to any backyard flock because of their temperament and egg production