You can make a difference for endangered breeds of livestock and poultry by educating the public about heritage livestock breeds. Help spread the word online, at events, and anywhere there may be an interest in heritage breed conservation.
Link to our Website and Update Links
Consider adding a link to The Livestock Conservancy’s website on your own site. Please link to our homepage: www.livestockconservancy.org.
If you’re skilled at updating Wikipedia, we have many links on individual breed pages that need updated, plus some breed pages may not reference us – please add a blurb about us if so.
Download our Presentation
The Livestock Conservancy’s General Presentation will introduce our organization, our work, the heritage breeds that we work with, and how you can help. This presentation is especially useful for groups and events. The presentation is available as PDF slides or in Powerpoint format. Please contact us for the PowerPoint presentation and the password.
About The Livestock Conservancy presentation with slides only (PDF)
Download Brochures, Ads, and Flyers
Do you attend events or have a booth/display where people may be interested in heritage breeds? We can provide materials for you to take along! Please contact us and let us know how many you would like. Note: please provide at least 21 days notice.
The Livestock Conservancy General Brochure (trifold)
Conservation Priority Lists – Livestock, Equine, & Poultry
Heritage Sheep for Niche Production (sheep brochure)
Heritage Chicken brochure
International Heritage Breeds Week & Day
Learn more about this exciting event!
International Heritage Breeds Week is held annually during the third full week in May to raise awareness about endangered heritage breeds of livestock and poultry. An international campaign celebrating the weeklong event invites Heritage breed farmers and ranchers, enthusiasts, and the public to spread the word throughout their networks.
The week of awareness culminates on Saturday of the week with International Heritage Breeds Day where many farms and ranches will choose to hold local events such as farm tours, workshops, or lectures to raise awareness in their communities.