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  • To be able to humanely kill a chicken quickly and without causing pain or distress is an important skill for anyone thinking of small scale farming.

    How to Kill a Chicken

    How to Kill a Chicken

    by Peter Dickinson30

  • Wool fiber is used to make all kinds of clothes, bedding and home insulation. It’s a natural product that is renewable and recyclable unlike its synthetic rivals.

    Advantages of Using Natural Wool Fiber

    Advantages of Using Natural Wool Fiber

    by Beth Eaglescliffe0

  • 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...

    Ethical Concerns Regarding Raising Livestock Animals for Food

    Ethical Concerns Regarding Raising Livestock Animals for Food

    by Rachel Koski51

  • American farmers got soybeans from China originally, but now soybeans raised in the USA are being sent to China in spectacular volumes

    Soybeans Return to China

    Soybeans Return to China

    by Quinton James0

  • 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.

    Growing Your Own Chicken Feed

    Growing Your Own Chicken Feed

    by Amelia Walker4

  • How you approach the horse with the lead rope sets the tone for the rest of the day. Read on to learn more about safe practices and types of lead ropes.

    How to Put a Lead Rope on a Horse

    How to Put a Lead Rope on a Horse

    by Stephanie Giguere12

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