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Winter Fun with Goats, Horses and Rabbits

Winter Fun with Goats, Horses and Rabbits

We know many of you appreciate winter fun with animals, and we wanted to share some activities for horses, goats, and rabbits to spark your joy.

DIY Goat Coats

With just scissors, a measuring tape, and some thrifted sweat pants, you can DIY a coat to keep your goat warm and toasty...

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4 Tips for Raising Chickens in the Winter

4 Tips for Raising Chickens in the Winter

Winter’s damp, cold weather and freezing temperatures can pose potential challenges to keeping your backyard chickens happy and healthy. Below are 4 tips on raising chickens in the winter, to support your flock’s health and well-being.

1. Prevent frostbite

Chickens are most prone to frostbite on their wattles, feet, and combs.

To...

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What Is Teff Grass And What Makes It Different From Other Forages?

What Is Teff Grass And What Makes It Different From Other Forages?

Teff’s origin is thought to be Ethiopia, where it emerged as a grain crop for human consumption sometime between 4000 B.C. and 1000 B.C. Teff in the USA is grown primarily as a forage crop for livestock, is adaptable and it can grow in various environments.

It is a fine stemmed,...

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How Much Hay Does Your Horse Need For Winter?

How Much Hay Does Your Horse Need For Winter?

Winter is upon us, which means pastures are dying and additional forage sources become a staple in horse diets. Are you the type of horse owner who buys what you can in late summer or fall, and then end up having to find more mid-winter, sometimes scrambling due to the...

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