you have a wealth of family experience to draw from
or are new to raising animals, there are always new
things to learn and new practices to adopt. Especially,
when it comes to land management.
development continues all around us – rural
areas within Rhode Island are some of the most rapidly
growing areas in New England. Many of these developing
lands rely on private wells for drinking water supplies.
In addition to meeting the basic needs of our animals – shelter,
food, and water – adopting environmentally
sound management practices for things such as handling
manure also take time and money. And most importantly,
the amount of land available for raising our animals
and managing associated issues is limited. All of
these factors can be very challenging.
healthy, productive animals goes hand-in-hand with
protecting our families and the environment - it is