Get Over Here, Kids!

Young goats are called kids…just like we call our children. goats reside on more farms and homes than any other farm animal in the world. There are two types of goats. Do you know the difference?

Guess What –
Pigs Don’t Sweat!

Hogs are considered one of the smartest farm animals along with being the fastest growing. Do you know the difference between a pig and a hog?

Here’s a Tip About Beef Cattle!

It takes 3,000 cattle to supply the NFL with enough leather for a year’s supply of footballs. Beef is the number one source of protein, vitamin B12 and zinc to our diets!

Got Milk?

They sure do. Dairy cattle produce approximately 400 glasses of milk a day. Plus they drink enough water to fill up your bathtub at home. Why are all cows called “cattle” but not all cattle are called “cows”?

What Came First, The Chicken Or Egg?

Broilers are what we call  chicken that are raised for meat and Layers are the ones that are raised for their eggs.  How many days does it take for one chicken to lay a dozen eggs?

Did You Know Lambs Are Born With Tails?

Twins are the most common births, though singles and triplets occur. You will find two types of sheep at the fair, those bred for wool or meat. Make sure to ask yourMoo U instructor why their fleece may appear dirty…here’s a clue – lanolin.



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