Wednesday, January 10, 2018

Danville zoning laws: Changes would allow chicken, goat raising

Danville zoning laws: Changes would allow chicken, goat raising

DANVILLE - Chickens and goats, but not roosters, may be coming to Danville later this year if newly drafted zoning laws survive scrutiny from residents and city officials.City Planner Cole Jackson said the poultry part is the "most questionable" of proposed zoning changes that promote a variety of urban agricultural uses within the city.


Keep Your Goats Entertained and Healthy | Lone Star Farmstead


Keep Your Goats Entertained and Healthy | Lone Star Farmstead

Goats are very active farm creatures. They love to wander around, eat, lounge around chewing their cud, or finding stuff to head butt. They can be mischievous, especially when they are kids. Regardless of how much land you have for them to roam, they can become bored, but even more so if they have to be confined to a pen.


White Caramel African Pygmy Babies For Sale - First Kids of 2019

Triplets born January 6, 2018, two males and one female.  Both males are available as wethers.  Will be hand raised bottle babies.  Available for pickup at around 3 weeks of age or we can finish bottle feeding till weaned for an additional fee.  Rare White Caramel Color  Parents tested negative for CAE, CL and Johnes, come dehorned, fixed depending on age, lifetime support, registered, great 4H projects credit cards welcome.  Contact Us For More Information




3 Mistakes to Avoid When Building Your Goat Barn

3 Mistakes to Avoid When Building Your Goat Barn

We built the cutest little goat barn (see our post, Building the Goat Barn). However, CUTE does not necessarily translate to STURDY ! Although most elements in our barn design are standing up well to our bouncy little goats, there were a few things that JUST DIDN'T WORK OUT.


Thursday, January 4, 2018

Lambing & Kidding Time Webinar

Lambing & Kidding Time Webinar

Please join us for our Lambing & Kidding Time webinar as we will be covering a variety of topics to make sure your lambs/kids are off to the best start possible!

Speakers: Dr. G.F. Kennedy,  Dr. Jay Bobb,  Dr. Larry Goelz.
 
Agenda: 
  • Lamb & Kid Processing: banding, identification, CDT & Pen, iodine deficiency, sore mouth, tubing, colostrum, and milk
  • Ewe Health: retained placenta, mastitis, milk let down, prolapses, assisting lambing, lack of appetite
  • VFD's

When: January 8th at 7:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m., Central Daylight Time
Where: You can access from anywhere online.  After purchasing, we will send you the login information for the webinar. 

Webinar is free to Pipestone Shepherd's Club members!  Not a member yet?  Click here or call 800.658.2523 to learn more.

Not interested in all of the other Shepherd's Club features?  Click here to purchase access to this single webinar  for $20.

The webinar will be recorded with audio, visual and the powerpoint and will be sent out in an email after the webinar.
 

How Cold Is Too Cold For Pets?

How Cold Is Too Cold For Pets?

Many pet owners are aware of the dangers to dogs and cats in extreme heat, but the risks can be even greater during a cold snap. With record low temperatures across the nation, and the East Coast preparing for a winter storm this week that forecasters are calling a "bomb cyclone," owners should also protect their pets from freezing temperatures.


Here's us at the pet store awhile bk!

Here's us at the pet store awhile bk! 🌼🐐 Bronzo always wants all the attention as u can see....he gets super jealous of his brother. Lol


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