This publication is part of the Living on the Land series. It provides concise information on raising rabbits as a source of meat. Topics include protecting your animals from predators and disease, and providing proper housing. ...
Elli Korthuis, Brian Tuck |
Mar 2018 |
OSU Extension Catalog
OSU’s annual livestream of chicks hatching each spring gives a chance to watch the eggs breaking open.
Operate in a safe, sanitary and environmentally sound manner
Oregon poultry producers who meet certain conditions can slaughter chicken, turkey and other birds in an open-air setting. But they still must meet requirements for sanitation, monitoring, recordkeeping and more.
Oregon 4-H faculty, staff and volunteers worked throughout the spring and summer to highlight the hard work of 4-H youth exhibitors and provide a quality educational fair experience in a healthy, safe environment.
Shana Withee, Jan Williams, Elli Korthuis, Traci Reed, Dani Annala, Wendy Hein, Erin Hansell-Heideman, Jon Gandy, Amy Derby, Susan Busler, Marilee Anderson |
May 2021 |
It can be difficult to manage insect pests and weeds in an orchard, where tilling is not an option. Could scratching, foraging chickens be part of the solution? In this study, researchers deployed two types of hens against ...
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