dogs

A Tasty Baked Dog Treat Recipe
March 13, 2019 · · Canning & Kitchen

Add to Favorites Your pups will be sure to love this baked dog treat recipe, whether they are livestock guardian dogs or family pets. This all-natural baked dog treat recipe …

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Making German Bread in Your Home Oven

Add to Favorites By Stefanie Making bread is as much an art as it is science. There are many ways to make bread—and I am sure many people have their …

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Spit in the Wind Sheep Farm

Add to Favorites By Alan Harman On a perfect Michigan spring day under clear blue skies you can’t miss them — Polypay lambs running around tree-lined lush green fields, or …

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Dual Coat Dynamics in Sheep

Add to Favorites By Jacqueline Harp In the past, the history, legends and myths of many cultures pointed to dual-coated sheep as a key to survival — and as the …

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Helping Stock Dogs Remember

Add to Favorites By Denice Rackley The last series of articles focused on our first few lessons on stock. We have been concerned about the ideal picture we were looking …

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Shannon Creek Ranch

Add to Favorites By Alan Harman Deep in the heart of cattle country, Joseph Hubbard, at age 30 a 20-year sheep-producing veteran, is helping groom a new breed of sheep …

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Two Typical Herding Dog Challenges

Add to Favorites By Denice Rackley Like all the other things a pup has learned before flock work, lessons usually need to be relearned when introduced to working live sheep. …

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Balancing Sheep & Calling Off Dogs

Add to Favorites By Denice Rackley, www.clearfieldstockdogs.com In previous articles, we have covered the basics needed to give our stock dog a great foundation that will enable us to be …

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Livestock Guardian Dogs & Barking

Add to Favorites By Brenda M. Negri — Barking is a language for all dogs, and Livestock Guardian Dog (LGD) breeds are no exception.  In fact, barking is an integral …

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Wrap-Around Flock Success — Everything But The Baa!

Add to Favorites See more great stories in the January-February 2017 issue of sheep! magazine. By Jacqueline Harp – At the 2016 OkFiberFest in Okanogan, Washington, there was a vendor booth …

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Trials In Croppy Country, Getting Into The Game
March 13, 2019 · · Sheep

Add to Favorites Originally published in the September/October 2016 issue of sheep! magazine. By Julia Hollister The overflow crowd at the high school football field grew silent as the participants …

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Cherishing the Natural Beauty of Icelandic Sheep

Add to Favorites By Marguerite Chisick – We discovered that Icelandic sheep were our ticket to a more sustainable way of life! It is not uncommon for people who are living …

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Herding Dog Trainers, Part One (Good, Bad & Thugly)
March 13, 2019 · · Sheep

Add to Favorites Originally published in the July/August 2016 issue of sheep! magazine. By Denice Rackley – There are many different ideas and approaches to training a herding dog. Some folks …

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Sheep Breeds That Pay Their Way
March 13, 2019 · · Sheep

Add to Favorites By Alan Harman – Karen Valley’s flock of 21 sheep, consisting of two sheep breeds (Shetland and colored Cormo cross ewes), tend to stay close to home …

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Facts About Lambing With Hair Sheep Breeds
March 13, 2019 · · Sheep

Add to Favorites By Bill Hoag – Through the years I’ve learned that ewes of hair sheep breeds generally are excellent mothers and easy natural lambers. These facts and tips for how …

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