Start Your Own Cattle Farm with Little or No Money

Start Your Own Cattle Farm with Little or No Money So, you think cattle farming is right for you? If you are passionate about cattle farming but don’t have sufficient funds or resources, this article will show you several ways to find funds for your cattle farm. Do you think you are passionate about cattle farming, but don’t have enough money or resources to start? Starting your own business as a cattle farmer is not that difficult. However, to...
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Organic Livestock Farming & Feed Solutions

Organic Livestock Farming & Feed Solutions If you are trying to raise animals on an organic farm, it’s important that you find organic livestock feed for your animals. What makes animal feed organic?   If you are a farmer and want to raise animals organically on your farm, you have several options. Organic livestock could include cattle, sheep, goats, bees, swine, poultry and equine animals. Organic animals are raised for several...
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Summer Health Hazards that Every Cattle Farmer Ought to Know

Summer Health Hazards that Every Cattle Farmer Ought to Know Summer is a time when your animals spend most of their time grazing. Summer is also a time when your cattle herd can face health issues. On this blog we will discuss some of the common health issues that your cattle herd might face during summer. Summer is typically a time for cattle farmers to graze their herd on pastures. It’s also a time when cows and calves may experience health issues.  If...
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Get rid of Cattle Flies Once and For All

Get rid of Cattle Flies Once and For All For many cattle farmers in the United State, face and horn flies are a constant irritation. Here’s a list of methods and tools to get rid of flies once and for all. Spring and summer grazing is upon us, and it means taking care of livestock health. Rain has blessed many pastures in the States, which also means an increase in flies. Several types of grazing and barn flies could be not only...
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Manage Water & Feed for Low Stress Livestock Farming

Manage Water & Feed for Low Stress Livestock Farming Managing water and feed is very important in livestock farming during the hot days of late spring and summer. As the days get warmer, your animals will be more prone to heat stress. Heat stress will affect your livestock growth. As their body temperature rises, their natural reaction will be to reduce food intake. Proper feeding and water management is needed to reduce heat stress, improve...
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