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We love seeing what’s going on at your place! Here are some favorite reader photos of livestock, pets, and wildlife. Send your photos to staff@livingthecountrylife.com so we can share them!
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Trust and observation are keys to detecting illness
You can tell when family members are sick, even if they say they feel fine. They just don't behave right. Animals aren't much different. Dee Griffin is with the University of Nebraska'...
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Stuart and Patti Rosenberg own Waverly Farms in Virginia.
This Virginia couple went natural and started their own sustainable farm.
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See how folks live the country life on the Emerald Isle!
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Exhibitors talk about showing cattle and being a part of the livestock industry.
Exhibitors talk about showing cattle and being a part of the livestock industry.
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Lexi Marek talks about her family's farm and how her involvement with agriculture lead her to where she is today.
Lexi Marek talks about her family's farm and how her involvement with agriculture lead her to where she is today.
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Throughout 2015, we're following the Tusha family, who make showing cattle a family project - a Living the Country Life special!
People who live in the country are able to take part in activities that only others like them can experience. Many families raise livestock, and through 4-H and FFA the kids learn how to care for...
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You can tell these animals and their owners have a special bond!
You can tell these animals and their owners have a special bond!
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Give livestock extra attention and care in cold temperatures for optimal production.
Give livestock extra attention and care in cold temperatures for optimal production.
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This bacterial infection can cause lameness if not treated early
A cow that’s hobbling around might be suffering from foot rot. This happens when bacteria in the soil get into a cut in the skin between their toes, and create an infection. Gregg Hanzlicek...

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