Me either. Their bite is a bitch, but foxes have teeth, and claws, and are predators (albeit smaller animals like rodents and livestock), so I'd put my money on the fox.I wouldn't bet on that.
Goose eggs any good? Not the knot on your head type.Mike says that a co-worker was raising geese in yuppie town and selling the eggs for like $20/dozen or something outrageous. But they can't keep up with demand, so they're doing something right.
He could very well be correct. On HT, someone was mentioning that there is a HUGE market for sheep milk cheese in general. See if you can pry from your boss in what market sheep are best in in your area - wool? Dairy? Meat?My boss said that sheep were decent money makers in this area
She said that there has been a huge increase in the number of immigrants to the area and that the meat market is HUGE at the moment. (ha!)See if you can pry from your boss in what market sheep are best in in your area - wool? Dairy? Meat?
Wouldn't have to worry about predators killing your livestock as much though... Long as they don't figure out how to open doors like velociraptors, I think you would be fine.Ostriches are dangerous. They have nasty claws and WILL kick you. Eviseration isn't my ideal way to die...
Sorry to hear that. At least you did the right thing.I'm going to let her enjoy the beautiful day we're having, and then I'm going to put her down tonight.
I'm guessing this is due to local cockfighting problems?It is illegal for me to keep roosters.