Goats are generally friendly animals that are easy to keep. Apart from meat, skin, and fibers, goats are also famous for milk production. Goat milking is quickly advancing; a while before, people used goat milk to produce goat cheese; nowadays, goat milk is a delicacy.

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Round bale feeders are widely used in the livestock industry to provide forage to animals during winter or some dry months. Farmers with poor pasturelands also use these feeders to boost their production. While every livestock keeper appreciates the value of bale feeders, finding the right one for your cattle or goats can be tricky.

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Organic dairy farming refers to rearing cows without GMOs, antibiotics, plastic pellets, and growth hormones. Organic cows are fed 100% pure organic feed. For cow’s milk to be sold as organic, it needs to stay in an organic environment for more than 12 months. Today’s topic of discussion is, can organic dairy farmers use antibiotics?

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It looks like an obvious issue, but maybe even the information you have is wrong. Especially if you assume all cows have udders or followed several animations that depict bulls and other male cattle having seemingly similar teats as cows. Here are the interesting facts regarding which cows have udders and various distinguishing features. Do

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Let’s face it, the widely used dairy systems, such as grass-based block calving, although robust, are relatively labor-intensive. That means agricultural digitization could offer farmers much-needed relief. Farmers needed a solution that can find stray cows or lost animals, plus monitor sick or injured dairy animals using technology such as drones to limit the need

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Goats are among the first animals ever to be domesticated by man, around 10,000 years ago. Currently, there are about 450 million around the world, and this includes all three types of goats:Domestic goatsMountain goatsWild goatsGoats are domesticated for their meat, milk, hair, and skin. Some people don’t rely on goats for their produce but

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