5 Best Cattle Banders (Castration Tools)
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5 Best Cattle Banders (Castration Tools)

If you are a farmer, you probably know what it means to castrate cattle and how important it is. To start, castration of a bull calf, and other cattle, is the process of removal or destruction of the testicles. A steer is a castrated male calf raised for beef. There are a wide variety of…

8 Best Tasting Meats in the World
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8 Best Tasting Meats in the World

Each animal has different meat whose structure depends on several factors. More active animals will move all day and, because of that, have tougher meat that will take longer to cook. On the other hand, animals that don’t move too much will have less fiber in their meat, but their meat will also be fatter….

Why Do Goats Poop Pellets?
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Why Do Goats Poop Pellets?

Goats, like many other animals, poop pellets due to a number of things involved – they’re herbivorous animals, meaning they eat only plants, they have a four-compartment stomach and we can’t forget the quality of life and surroundings they’re in. To find out why goats poop pellets, all of those things need to be taken…

What Do Nigerian Dwarf Goats Eat?
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What Do Nigerian Dwarf Goats Eat?

Dwarf goats are the result of a genetic mutation in ordinary goats. People began to domesticate them in central West Africa, especially in Cameroon and Nigeria. Beginning in the 18th century, sailors began transporting animals to Europe and the United States. European and American breeders of the main breed bred many other breeds. Nigerian dwarf…

5 Largest Goat Breeds
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5 Largest Goat Breeds

Goats are among the oldest domesticated breeds of animals that have long served man and given him high-value products such as meat, milk, skin, and hair. Goats have long been called “poor cows” because of their low milk yield, lower efficiency in meat production, and lower daily gain. With the changes in consumer habits, goat…

How to Raise Feeder Pigs?
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How to Raise Feeder Pigs?

The domestication of pigs began 8 to 10 thousand years ago in the areas of East Asia, Western Europe, and the Mediterranean. The gradual process of domestication resulted in breeds that store 70% of their muscle mass in the back of their body, which is the most economically important in today’s production. The key to…