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First generation farmers grow a business—and a fulfilling rural life.
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Rotational grazing pays off for this young farmer. Here are his tips on getting started with a grass-fed beef program.
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I just edited reader entries for a Funny Animals photo contest and decided to show you some of my own photos from the past week. The county fair always provides plenty of funny animals, and by...
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Flies are a nuisance around your chicken coop. Follow these tips to help keep flies away from your chickens.
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Have a plan in place to coax escaped livestock back to where they belong
David Pugh is a former Professor of Large Animal Medicine, and now a clinical veterinary fellow and Project Veterinarian at Auburn University. He says animals get out  when the fence is down or...
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At the Purina Animal Nutrition Center, animal experts feed more than 3,000 animals on a 1,200-acre working farm every day. Here are some helpful tips they’ve learned over the last 85 years.
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When making plans for a new barn, think it through completely
Radio interview source: Lachlan Oldaker, Senior Equine Architect, Gralla Architects Listen here to the radio story (mp3) or read below Whether you have two animals or dozens, efficient...
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Proper disposal makes sure you don't hurt yourself or the environment
Radio interview source: Larry Hawkins, Senior Veterinarian, Bayer HealthCare Listen here to the radio story (mp3) or read below Animals occasionally need vaccines, ointments, and other...
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Which breed's best? Plus: Building a chicken coop.
Download this FREE Keeping Chickens Guide PDF courtesy of Living the Country Life. Whatever reason you raise chickens for, one thing's for sure: living in the country is simply better with...
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As colder weather creeps in, it's your job to make sure your animals are warm, safe, and cared for. Here are some tips for getting your furry, feathered and finned friends ready for winter!

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