Beginning and experienced farmers and ranchers are invited to participate in the annual Eastern Kansas Grazing School at the Jackson County Fairgrounds in Holton Sept. 13 and 14. The two-day management intensive grazing school is a hands-on learning experience to prepare participants to start their own rotational grazing system with forages adapted to eastern Kansas.
By: Alan Taylor
Dozens of forest and brush fires are currently burning across eight western states, forcing thousands to flee, destroying homes, and closing highways. Enormous volumes of smoke and ash are being thrown into the atmosphere as more than a million acres have burned in the past week alone, creating hazardous breathing conditions in many parts of the Pacific Northwest. In California, the La Tuna fire near Burbank has burned nearly 7,200 acres, becoming the largest fire ever recorded in Los Angeles in terms of area.
Indiana Sheep Association
This September come out for Indiana’s annual Sheep symposium at Hamilton County Fairgrounds! This Symposium will offer: Educational Seminars, Discussions, Annual Meeting and Awards.
By: Mike Foley
WHY do sheep have that vibrato-like quality to their call?
New research might have the answer to the question of not just why sheep do it, but why evolution has tossed up so many operatic bleats, burrs and baahs right across the animal kingdom.
By Terry Sim, 04 August 2017
GIPPSLAND abattoir owner Robert Radford expects all Australian states to roll-out mandatory electronic tagging of sheep and goats within two years.