Amid rising fuel and food prices, Carolynn Bernard, owner of Bless Ewe Sheep Farm and Sanctuary, is asking the community to help her get through the winter. Bernard, a disabled veteran, uses his disability checks to support his flock of sheep, but his fixed income isn’t as high as itRead More →

Amid rising fuel and food prices, Carolynn Bernard, owner of Bless Ewe Sheep Farm and Sanctuary, is asking the community to help her get through the winter. Bernard, a disabled veteran, uses his disability checks to support his flock of sheep, but his fixed income isn’t as high as itRead More →

Amid rising fuel and food prices, Carolynn Bernard, owner of Bless Ewe Sheep Farm and Sanctuary, is asking the community to help her get through the winter. Bernard, a disabled veteran, uses his disability checks to support his flock of sheep, but his fixed income isn’t as high as itRead More →

Amid rising fuel and food prices, Carolynn Bernard, owner of Bless Ewe Sheep Farm and Sanctuary, is asking the community to help her get through the winter. Bernard, a disabled veteran, uses his disability checks to support his flock of sheep, but his fixed income isn’t as high as itRead More →

“If it landed on your house, it would be a hell of a mess.” A sheep farmer in New South Wales, Australia, has made a very unusual discovery: a massive artifact stuck in a remote part of his pen. The roughly eight-foot structure appeared to have made its way fromRead More →

Humans have shared their lives with sheep since at least 8500 BC. BC, before we lived with horses, cats, chickens or ducks, before the invention of fenced fields, writing or the plow. Sheep are sweet and cute (whether through selective breeding or natural affinity), and the long process of theirRead More →

Humans have shared their lives with sheep since at least 8500 BC. BC, before we lived with horses, cats, chickens or ducks, before the invention of fenced fields, writing or the plow. Sheep are sweet and cute (whether through selective breeding or natural affinity), and the long process of theirRead More →

A short housing period, low-input finish and a premium for organic lamb are key to profitability for certified organic farmer, Fergal Byrne. As previously covered by It’s farming, he runs a mixed business and feels the sheep “fit in well” with his thriving cattle ranching and tillage businesses. For him,Read More →

A short housing period, low-input finish and a premium for organic lamb are key to profitability for certified organic farmer, Fergal Byrne. As previously covered by It’s farming, he runs a mixed business and feels the sheep “fit in well” with his thriving cattle ranching and tillage businesses. For him,Read More →

GREENVILLE, W.Va. — It was not Aaron and Tara Helmick’s dream to have sheep, let alone several hundred of them, although the ewes and lambs call home on the grassy slopes from their farm in southern West Virginia. The dairy was Aaron’s dream and, on paper, it was the mostRead More →

He and his wife, Barbara, had temporarily closed the camps, where children help feed and care for spring lambs, after an announcement from the Cape May County Health Department identified the farm as a possible source of illness. intestine caused by a parasite. The county health department said several casesRead More →

In this week’s Farmer’s Diary, sheep farmer Clodagh Hughes discusses the benefits of maintaining a closed herd policy and lambing in 2022. Apologies, I’m late with my “weekly” journal entry. But, I think you’ll forgive me when you hear what I’ve done. As I mentioned in my last article, myRead More →

Technology Demonstration Farms (TDFs) provide a network of local farms that allow other farmers to discover new technologies and innovations that they could adopt within their own business. William Egerton, Rosslea, Co. Fermanagh, was recently appointed TDF for sheep grasslands, writes Ruth Moore, Cattle and Sheep Adviser, CAFRE. William EgertonRead More →

The finalists for the AgriScot Scotch Beef and Scottish Sheep Farm of the Year awards have been announced, all sharing a common enthusiasm for improving productivity and efficiency. The awards, sponsored by Thorntons Solicitors and supported by Quality Meat Scotland (QMS), aim to recognize Scottish farms that exemplify high standardsRead More →

[ad_1] The market will be inside the equestrian arena on November 27 and will feature several local manufacturers and producers. PRESS RELEASEKIMBER VALLEY FARMS************************ Kimber Valley Farms, a unique Icelandic fiber sheep farm, located in the beautiful Beaver Valley in Kimberley, Ontario, announces its first Christmas market located in theirRead More →

[ad_1] Date of publication: 09/11/2021 The company proposes to build a solar farm on land in the municipalities of Monovar and Salinas on the Costa Blanca The Valencian energy group Atitlan Helios has revealed its intention to build a photovoltaic power plant in the municipalities of Monovar and Salinas, aRead More →

[ad_1] Date of publication: 09/11/2021 The company proposes to build a solar farm on land in the municipalities of Monovar and Salinas on the Costa Blanca ARCHIVED – Sheep farm meets solar power plant: Energy company reveals plans to provide electricity to 70,000 Alicante homes “style =” margin: 5px 10pxRead More →

[ad_1] It is difficult to talk about “Lamb” without revealing the surprise of “Lamb”. And this surprise is worth experiencing for yourself, as is this weird, delicate, and eerily touching Icelandic folk tale about mourning, healing, and the laws of nature. Noomi Rapace (the original “Girl with the Dragon Tattoo”)Read More →

[ad_1] The Sheep Breeding Project was designed by the Tribal Affairs Department of Jammu and Kashmir and is implemented by the Sheep Breeding Department with the active participation of tribal farmers. To encourage sheep farming among young tribals, the government of Jammu and Kashmir has allocated 800 mini sheep farmsRead More →

[ad_1] The Brader sisters – now Charlotte Russell and Emma Lund – outside a shepherd’s hut on their parents’ Wolds farm Charlotte Russell and Emma Lund grew up on the 500-acre mansion farm in Thixendale, where Charlotte’s husband, Lee, works alongside their father, Charles Brader. It is a mixed farmRead More →

[ad_1] “We had bidders from across the country including the Southern Tablelands, Central Victoria, Riverina, Midwest. South Australia and Western Australia, ”said Mr. Ward The Australian Financial Review. With rural land values ​​soaring amid stiff competition between commercial investors and local farmers, Mr. Ward said the Condobolin region still offeredRead More →