It’s almost impossible to describe modern agriculture without mentioning vegetation indices, the most well-known of them probably being NDVI. What do vegetation indices mean, and what are they used for? Let’s dive right in!
History of Boer Goats The Boer goat breed is one of the meat goat breeds in the world. Although they are majorly kept for meat, they could also be raised for goat milk production. Boer goats are also called South African goats, Afrikaner and Africander. Boer goat has its origin… [Read More]
Sheep farming has been in existence for centuries and sheep are used by humans to supply food and clothing, and they are also great at controlling weeds. They even make good pets! Sheep make up about 1% of livestock in the US. Most of these are owned by big sheep… [Read More]
What is Geese Farming? Geese farming is the production, raising or keeping of geese like other domestic poultry birds such as chickens. Goose offers animal products such as meat, feathers, eggs and fat, which transform it into a highly coveted and profitable poultry enterprise.
The Ameraucana chicken is a newly recognized breed that lays blue eggs. (To find out where the blue eggs come from, click here). However, it should be noted though that these bearded, muffed, and tailed blue egg layers existed long before the standard was adopted by the American Poultry Association… [Read More]