A Small Scale Integrated Livestock Farm





A Small Scale Integrated Livestock Farm


A dairy buffalo would have been a much better option if you were looking for cream, ice-cream, cheese, butter and cheese even the milk is superior to cow's milk.
Funny how it cut off when he started talking about raw milk.
Major livestock industries in the U.S.

Dairy cattle
Beef cattle
Hogs and pigs
Sheep and lambs
Broilers & other meat chickens
Laying hens
Goats
Horses
Turkeys
Hello
I'm looking for a job in agriculture and livestock and I do not know where to look
I live in London and I have no problem moving to another city
Please help if you can thanks
what state are you in ?
Fyi just in case u don't know it but more light chicken lay better.
How big is this property. It’s beautiful
You are good people.
Best life really
Grass eaters hate your gutts😂😂😂
What these hobby farms never talk about is $$$$. You will never see one of these hobby farms show a tax return or talk numbers . Because they dont want to tell you that these little so called "farms" do not make money. These hobby farms cost you money so you are then able to pretend to be a farmer. Sad but true.
Shouldnt put all your eggs in one basket 😆
Nice farm
Why would they separate the chicks from their mothers
all you need now is bees
Really appreciate this video... thank you!
I love the idea of this, and have thought about starting something in a similar way on a very small scale. The only issue I have is the ethical dilemma of raising animals purely for the purpose of food. I feel like I would bond with the animal and then not be able to part ways when the time came. Thoughts?
Stupid video killing the animals
i envy them
Just popping in checking videos I'm starting a channel about hobby farming and just country fun. Great video :)


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Agricultural economics refers to economics as it relates to the "production, distribution and consumption of [agricultural] goods and services".

The word agriculture is a late Middle English adaptation of Latin agricultūra, from ager, "field", and cultūra, "cultivation" or "growing".