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I want a Jersey cow but I don’t think I have enough room. Most of our land is wooded.
Well I would like that but my hours are being cut back every week. I work 3 days next week.
Slowly conquering my fear of Angus cattle. Giant beasts compared to jersey or Holstein.
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Yeah, the cremation statistics are on the rise. Around here there is only one funeral home close and he’s about to shut his doors. He has no kin...
Miss Piggy Sue says, “Welcome to our eggcelent flock here at BYC!”
Well the rain has not let up too much here. Farmers crops are washed away or not even planted.
Found out that funding for our department is...
Alright! Plucking a duck is tougher than a chicken. Going to invest in an automatic plucker -_-
After all the rain we’ve been having, it’s was 77* today with a lot of humidity.
Now that sounds delicious!
Best I can guess by cross referencing from the Oregon list of their DNR and my bird identification book, I would venture to guess a varied thrush....
Good afternoon y’all! Been a busy morning. Rooster didn’t like being confined to the run so he flew the coop and I had to chase him down. Good...
Just ask if he can open it. I use a hook and eye to keep mine closed with it being at my eye level and I’m 6’ tall. The door is also tight enough...
Raccoons can open that bolt latch. Try using a latch and lock.
A good rule of thumb is if a five year old can open it, so can a raccoon. They are definitely stronger than they look.
Regulations for Selling Eggs
The Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture regulates the sale of eggs from small flocks. If an egg producer has fewer...
If you can find some pallets and buy a galvanized metal sheet and basin it should be cheaper than buying a new one or even used.
Lights won’t deter any predator. That is an old tale.
We have the same issue with coyotes not having a natural predator here in Indiana. The sound they make at night is bloodcurdling.
Could be a fox, coyote, or owl. Others disappearing without a trace sounds like an owl. Leaving your birds out at night is a recipe for disaster...