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Conservation Strategies for Sustainable Livestock Production

2022-11-30T20:30:07+00:00

Conservation success relies on discovering populations, securing them, and sustaining them for long-term survival. Authored by Dr. Phillip Sponenberg, DVM, Ph.D, Technical Advisor to the Livestock Conservancy To read the PDF version of this article, click here: Livestock_Sponenberg. Dr. Phillip Sponenberg, DVM, Ph.D. has served as Technical Advisor to the ... Read more

Conservation Strategies for Sustainable Livestock Production2022-11-30T20:30:07+00:00

Handcrafted Heritage Breed Gifts

2022-12-06T18:56:09+00:00

Heritage Breed Gifts for the Holidays Stuck on what to get a loved one for an upcoming holiday or their birthday? We've compiled a few heritage breed gift ideas from members of the Livestock Conservancy they'll love! Shop small with these handcrafted heritage breed gifts. Check out the selection below of heritage ... Read more

Handcrafted Heritage Breed Gifts2022-12-06T18:56:09+00:00

A Brief History of Goat Domestication

2022-11-30T20:44:22+00:00

By Tamsin Cooper, Writer for the Goat Journal Origins of Goat Domestication Goats’ social nature and adaptability enabled early civilizations to tame them. Gradually, people began to breed them according to their needs and preferences. This was the basis of goat domestication, which over thousands of years has changed the function and form of ... Read more

A Brief History of Goat Domestication2022-11-30T20:44:22+00:00

Donkeys at Work: Composting with American Mammoth Jackstocks

2022-10-05T17:40:28+00:00

By Emma Marks, Vermont Compost Company and Emily Rose Johnson, The Livestock Conservancy Heritage breed farm animals, including American Mammoth Jackstocks, are becoming increasingly endangered as the modern agricultural system prioritizes efficiency and continues to scale up production. To save these breeds from extinction and preserve biodiversity, they need roles in our food and ... Read more

Donkeys at Work: Composting with American Mammoth Jackstocks2022-10-05T17:40:28+00:00

Queen Elizabeth II: A Life of Conservation

2022-09-28T19:36:39+00:00

By Emily Rose Johnson, The Livestock Conservancy As the world mourns Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II and her long reign as monarch of the United Kingdom, we honor her important role in the conservation of heritage breeds of farm animals. Without her intervention, the Cleveland Bay horse might have been lost, along with ... Read more

Queen Elizabeth II: A Life of Conservation2022-09-28T19:36:39+00:00

Livestock Diversity for Food Security

2022-08-29T15:09:18+00:00

by Jeanette Beranger, Senior Program Manager  In the fall of 2019, 300 livestock experts from over 30 countries came together for the 9th Multi-Stakeholder Partnership Meeting  of the Global Agenda for Sustainable Livestock (GASL). Plenary sessions were held at Kansas State University, under the theme “Innovation for Sustainable Livestock Systems,” and constituted an amazing opportunity ... Read more

Livestock Diversity for Food Security2022-08-29T15:09:18+00:00

Gifts for the Duck (or Chicken) Lover in Your Life

2022-08-26T19:54:04+00:00

Gifts for the Duck (or Chicken) Lover in Your Life Stuck on what to get a loved one for an upcoming holiday or their birthday? We've compiled a few ideas they'll love! Poultry Books A classic book on raising ducks, Storey's Guide to Raising Ducks Dave ... Read more

Gifts for the Duck (or Chicken) Lover in Your Life2022-08-26T19:54:04+00:00

Celebrating a Century of Exmoor Ponies

2022-11-30T20:15:07+00:00

By Sue Burger, Exmoor Pony Society Exmoor, home to one of the United Kingdom’s rarest equine breeds, is a wild upland area of 430 square miles, straddling the counties of Somerset and Devon in South West England. Managed by the Exmoor National Park Authority, its northern boundary is made up of craggy cliffs overlooking ... Read more

Celebrating a Century of Exmoor Ponies2022-11-30T20:15:07+00:00
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