• AN INTRODUCTION TO HERITAGE BREEDS

    This eloquent and inviting visual guide explains why conserving heritage breeds is important and shows you how you can raise these breeds yourself, helping to preserve them and benefiting from them at the same time.

    Item: 6995
  • BUTCHERING POULTRY, RABBIT, LAMB, GOAT AND PORK

    From creating the right pre-slaughter conditions to killing, skinning, keeping cold, breaking the meat down, and creating cuts of meat you'll recognize from the market, Danforth walks you through every step, leaving nothing to chance. He also covers food safety, freezing and packaging, and tools and equipment.

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    GRIT has compiled 100 pages of helpful articles on basic skills for raising barnyard animals. This full-color guide features advice, tips, and ideas from industry experts on raising and maintaining your animal herd … whether you have cattle, horses, sheep, goats, bees, chickens, rabbits, or alpacas.

    Read how to care for livestock in any weather. Learn a handful of helpful things you need to put together a disaster plan for the small farm. Discover secrets on grazing, forage, and shelters.

    Item: 8709
  • HAPPY PIGS TASTE BETTER

    Pigs are much closer to their cousin, the wild boar, than other domesticated animals are to their wild ancestors. Ethical pig management requires an understanding of their natural behavior, including factors such as social grouping, mating territory, and shelter.

    In Happy Pigs Taste Better, author Alice Percy advises readers on pasturing and feeding hogs organically to ensure the highest-quality gourmet meat, as well as managing the breeding herd and administering effective natural health care. In addition, she provides an overview of marketing and distribution for those looking to turn their hog farming operation into a lucrative business.

    Whether you’re looking to convert a conventional operation to organic, grow your backyard hog operation into a viable business, or start from scratch, this comprehensive book has got you covered.

    Item: 9698
  • HOLY COWS & HOG HEAVEN

    Fun writing from farmer Joel Salatin on what you need to know about buying local and organic, and raising animals humanely.

    Item: 2346
  • RAISING A HEALTHY GUINEA PIG E-HANDBOOK

    Guinea pigs have very good temperaments and make wonderful pets, even for children as young as 5 years old. But before you bring a guinea pig home, you’ll want to make sure you choose the right one.

    This e-handbook is designed to help guide you through the selection process. Chapters include:

    • Choosing Your Guinea Pig
    • Guinea Pig Housing and Equipment
    • Feeding Your Guinea Pig
    • Keeping Your Guinea Pig Healthy

    Choosing a pet that has a good personality as well as eye appeal is not difficult; however, you naturally want to choose the healthiest guinea pig possible and if given good care they may live 5 to 7 years. 36 pages.

    Note: This is an e-book. Retrieving the e-book requires you to have an account. When checking out in the shopping cart please log in or register. Do not check out as a guest. Once you have placed your order click on “My Account” in the top right of the page, then click on “Downloads”. You should see your e-book on the following screen. Click to open it and save to your computer. If you need further assistance please contact customer service or call 1-866-803-7096.

    GRIT E-Handbooks are packed with practical information, innovative ideas and creative projects right at your fingertips. By supporting digital products like this one you are helping save millions of trees a year. Order your downloadable PDF and start reading today!

    Item: 3587
  • SAVING THE GUINEA HOGS

    This book is the first definitive history of the Guinea Hog breed. It is a comprehensive overview of the people who raised Guinea Hogs in the past and in the present, told in their own words and through colorful stories. These first-person stories reveal the subjects’ deep fondness for and attachment to the amiable Guinea Hogs. The Guinea Hog was utilized head to tail, providing meat, lard, and grease to meet crucial family needs. Around 2004, a group of dedicated conservation breeders, encouraged by The Livestock Conservancy, stepped forward to save the Guinea Hogs.

    Item: 9499
  • THE NEW LIVESTOCK FARMER

    The New Livestock Farmer provides pasture-based production essentials for a wide range of animals, from common farm animals (cattle, poultry, pigs, sheep and goats) to more exotic species (bison, rabbits, elk and deer).

    Item: 7630

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