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A group of alpacas on an alpaca farm near Melbourne in Victoria, Australia

The Best Alpaca Farms Near Melbourne

When the hustle and bustle of Melbourne city life gets overwhelming, a visit to one of the picturesque alpaca farms nearby can be the perfect escape. These gentle creatures offer

What Is Community Supported Agriculture?

Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) is a distinctive food distribution system that offers an exciting opportunity for consumers to directly support local farmers while gaining access to fresh, locally sourced produce.

A goat looks at something over a farm fence.

The Most Popular Goat Breeds in Australia

The goat is well and truly part of the farming mix in Australia, with the first goats arriving on land with the First Fleet in 1788. There are many types

Image of a self shedding sheep on a hill.

5 Kinds of Sheep That Don’t Need Shearing

Self-shedding sheep are a unique and fascinating breed of sheep that have the ability to shed their own wool. These sheep have been bred to have shorter, finer wool fibres

Are Teacup Pigs Legal in Australia?

A teacup pig is a small breed of pig that has been bred to be especially small. They are also sometimes referred to as miniature pigs or micro pigs. Teacup

A tray of celtuce on a market stand.

Unleash the Power of Celtuce

Celtuce is a unique vegetable that is gaining popularity in the culinary world due to its versatility and nutritious properties. Also known as stem lettuce or asparagus lettuce, celtuce is

What Is Cow Tipping?

Cow Tipping is a supposed prank or dare in which a person or group of people sneak up on a sleeping cow and push it over. The idea is that

Knickers the Rather Large Cow Is Quite Large

Great news across the world this morning as Knickers the cow became front page news once again. Knickers’ story is not exactly new, the ABC reported on Knickers back in

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