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3 Nutritional Disorders to Consider When Feeding Goats

3 Nutritional Disorders to Consider When Feeding Goats

Goat ownership has risen over the past several years – people are keeping small groups of goats as pets, milk producers or as companion grazing animals (great at eating poison ivy and other invasive plants). Before purchasing goats, there are some basics about their digestion we must understand, as well...

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Llamas, the Ultimate Backcountry Hiking Partner?

Llamas, the Ultimate Backcountry Hiking Partner?

Go further, stay longer and hike harder with your 300 pound (llama) hiking partner!

Llamas have been raised in South America for centuries as pack animals. The packing ability of llamas combined with their ease of transport enables them to be utilized in a wide variety of situations and makes them...

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How Much Hay You Need To Store For the Winter Months? - Prepping Now

How Much Hay You Need To Store For the Winter Months? - Prepping Now

The horse has evolved as a grazing animal; the natural feeding habit of the horse is to eat small amounts of roughages often. Modern management practices of horses incorporate stabling, increased grain-based concentrate consumption, meal feeding, limited access to pasture and the reliance on stored forages ...

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