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Managing worms in your sheep can be as simple as looking at their eyes
Sheep and goats on pasture are susceptible to a parasite called the “barber pole worm.” It feeds on blood from the animal’s stomach wall, which can result in anemia and other health...
An Alabama couple is running the family farm as naturally as they can
JMB farms of Samson, Alabama has been in the Baxley family for 100-years. Joseph Baxley and his wife Melissa are the fourth generation to work the 80-acres of timberland and pasture. Joseph says...
She's inspired by the "Sheep Queen of Wyoming"
There once was a sassy woman named Lucy Morrison Moore who homesteaded her own sheep on a ranch during the 1880’s in Wyoming. She was known as the “Sheep Queen of Wyoming”....
We let the ewes into the clover. Not even a snake in the grass (me) could spook them from munching. "Split Ear," a former bottle lamb, was watching the lambs climb the compost pile...
A Wisconsin man has made his small farm into all things Scandinavian
David Grote of Iron River, Wisconsin, doesn’t see his small farm in the same way as most people. He considers it a work of art. His 14-acres are just 15-miles from Lake Superior, in an area...
Bob is pulling late nights and early mornings as spring approaches and calving season is in full swing. Cow c-sections at midnight and 3:00 a.m. will make a man tired. If he gets a live calf and...
See how folks live the country life on the Emerald Isle!
Check out these picturesque spring scenes from the country.
A colorful, relatively new breed stands out on the farm
A 1970’s experiment crossing Tunis and Barbados Blackbelly sheep had an unexpected result – a new hybrid animal with remarkable coloring. The breed was named “California Red....
The American Sheep Industry Association celebrated its 150th anniversary and honored distinguished members.
Four long-time members of the agriculture community were honored for their contributions to the sheep industry during the American Sheep Industry Association (ASI) Convention, held Jan. 28-31, 2015...