I know there is a bit of confusion around cattle and horns. I've heard a few people say that they thought only bulls had horns. I suppose that makes sense... but its wrong!
Electric fencing is versatile and inexpensive, once you understand the basics, you can use it for many applications around the farm.
Bella had a little girl calf that we've called Daisy. Here's an update on cow and calf.
When I first wrote this post back in 2011, Queensland had too much water, but usually water is very precious to us. Being in a rural area, we rely on our own rainwater supplies for drinking water and septic to treat our sewerage. I’m quite happy with that arrangement, as it means we don’t have to drink the unnecessary levels of fluoride and chlorine in town water. It also means that we have to...
We use Diatomaceous Earth for Chickens, Cattle, Dogs, Bees and in the Garden, for pest control and other uses.
When we were planning to have our second steer butchered, we started to look around for a young steer to replace him and keep the remaining steer company. We have learnt the hard way that one steer will not stay home and now always have at least two in the “herd” so they don’t get lonely.
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