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How To Cook Quail Eggs (3 Easy Ways to Cook Quail Eggs)

Do you have quail eggs you’re planning to cook? If you do, you’re probably asking yourself, “How can I cook quail eggs?” The composition of quail eggs is quite similar to chicken eggs but only smaller. The same goes for how they are cooked. The only difference is that it takes less time to cook […]

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Why Are Bees Important? 10 Reasons Why

They’re cute. They’re fuzzy. And they’re certainly buzzy. But have you ever stopped to consider just how vital bees are to our everyday lives? These tiny creatures may seem small and insignificant, but they are, in fact, a crucial part of our ecosystem. Not only do they help to maintain biodiversity, but they also play […]

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Long-Eared Goat Breeds

If you’re looking for a unique addition to your herd, long-eared goat breeds might be just the thing. With their distinctive appearance and impressive temperament, these breeds are sure to catch your eye. However, you may find that you have some trouble choosing a breed. There are several types of long-eared goat breeds out there, […]

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Feeding Baby Goats Cow Milk

On an idyllic farm, the doe delivers her goat kid, cleans them, and happily begins nursing soon after. As farmers, we know sometimes things don’t always go as planned. Sometimes a doe will reject her kid, suffer poor milk production, become ill during or after labor resulting in the inability to nurse, damage a teat, […]

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Can Chickens Eat Cauliflower?

Farmers everywhere are looking for ways to treat their chickens, save money on feed, and recycle food waste. Not only do chickens make light work of excess kitchen scrap, but giving them some provides enrichment and a nutrient boost! Before feeding your flock, it’s best to check if what you’re about to feed is suitable […]

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Best Books on Raising Quails (For Beginners and Businesses)

Quails are quickly becoming a barnyard favorite among farmers and urban homesteaders! Not often do we find a cross-over animal that can thrive on a large acreage or a back patio. Their small compact frame, rapid egg production, delicious meat, and sing-song quality have many farmers erecting quail cages and runs worldwide. As with anything […]

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Can Chickens Have Yogurt?

Are you planning to feed your chickens with yogurt? Or are you simply wondering if yogurt is good for chickens? Well, chickens can have yogurt though it is a controversial topic.  I’ve occasionally fed my chickens yogurt, usually mixed with chicken scratch, veggies, oats, or fruit. Happy to say that they love devouring each piece […]

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Keeping Pests Out of Your Birdcage: A Complete Guide

If you keep birds, you might have already experienced problems with pests. You probably keep them inside a birdcage or outside your home. Birdcages, on the other hand, are open spaces that could be broken into by animals other than your pet. These unwanted visitors could be insects, snakes, or rodents, which may harm your […]

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Docile Chicken Breeds

Keeping chickens in your backyard is a wonderful way to get fresh eggs, put meat on the table, get free fertilizer, and control insects. But not all chickens may be suited for backyard farming.  If this is your first time raising chickens, the best ones to get for your coop are docile breeds. These docile […]

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Top Goat Breeds For Winter (and Best Practices)

When choosing any livestock animal, the overwhelming options, varying opinions, and information overload can be intimidating. When choosing the right goat for your homestead (especially if that homestead is buried in snow half the year), there are a few factors to consider.  The most common purpose for keeping goats is milk, followed by meat, mohair […]

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