Americans love pets. 46,300,00 households own at least one dog and 38,900,000 own cats. But for as popular as animals are, Americans are not always the best at caring for them. Oh sure, they spend ample amount of money on their animals, even during the height of the recession, American’s spending on their pets did not wane. But the lack of knowledge about proper animal care is a pervasive issue.
One common question is what would require a trip to the animal hospital for emergency vet services. Is it a bee sting? A limp? Some Americans will bring their pets to the veterinary emergency center for the smallest issues, whereas some will ignore even the most blatan (more…)
Did you just start to raise chickens? Whether you’re doing so to provide your family and friends with fresh, wholesome eggs, or because you’re starting a business, you may be interested in rollout next boxes. These nesting boxes are easy to assemble and are the best chicken nesting boxes available.
If you currently have little chicks, they will usually begin to start laying eggs when they’re about 5 to 6 months old. Once they begin to lay their eggs, you may have 200 to 300 a year per chicken.. This does depend on the breed of hen that you have, however.
If you’re planning to raise a yard full of chickens, you may be interested to know that laying hens will need a 12 x 12 inch box when it comes time for them to begin laying eggs. When figuring out how many nest boxes you may need, 4 to 5 hens will feel (more…)
A horse is one of the most majestic animals in existence. You want to do everything you can to take proper care of your horses. Therefore, you will want to be aware of a virus known as equine infectious anemia. In this post, you will what EIAV is, the symptoms of this disease, and treatment options.
What is Equine Infectious Anemia?
Anemia is a condition that halts the production of red blood cells. These cells are vital for a body staying in healthy condition. Equine infectious anemia can sometimes be known as horse malaria. The main carrier of this virus is a horsefly. Less than half of a teaspoon of blood from a horse with an extreme case of this virus can spread to 10,000 other horses.
What are the Symptoms of Equine Infectious Anemia Virus?