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How Do You Cook Goose Eggs?

Goose eggs can be cooked in the same ways and chicken eggs. They’re delicious and big, around three times the size of a chicken egg. There is a lot more yolk in a goose egg compared to the white, which is thick and gelatinous. Goose eggs are great for using in all kinds of recipes, … Read more

How Do You Save Goose Fat

How To Render Goose Fat?

Keeping the rendered fat from a goose can be very useful. It is full of flavor and doesn’t burn as easily as vegetable fats. If you want to make really crispy fried or oven-roasted potatoes with a delicious flavor, then using your rendered goose fat is ideal. Can’t find a goose? Then you can use … Read more

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How To Make Your Own Chicken Feed?

If you’ve ever thought about making your own chicken feed, then you’re not alone. It can be a great money-saving idea, plus you know exactly what your hens are getting to eat. Here we will take a closer look at making your own chicken feed and examine what needs to be included and why. What … Read more

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How To Keep Foxes Away From Chickens?

It’s devastating when you go to see your beloved chickens only to find their dead carcasses spread around. Foxes, beautiful creatures though they are, can be very determined predators. On several occasions, I have lost my entire free-range flock to foxes and not because I didn’t shut them away at night, but because the foxes … Read more

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How To Sedate A Pig For Hoof Trimming?

Although most pigs raised for meat won’t ever need any hoof trimming, if you are raising a mini pig, pot-bellied pig, or even a pig for breeding purposes, knowing how to sedate a pig for hoof trim is essential. Sedation isn’t the only option to control a pig for hoof care but it tends to … Read more

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