TURKEYS

North American turkeys, in particular, are massive birds. Wild turkeys tend to be smaller than domestic ones. The Thanksgiving and Christmas turkey is a staple in American cuisine.

Goats

Amazing farm animals, goats. Profitable goat farming is recommended. Meat, milk, fiber, and skin are their main products. A goat farmer can feed his family its meat.They make high-quality fiber. Their dung can be burned, but it's not common. It's clean.

Chickens

Profitable. Valued for eggs, meat, and feathers. They clean the farm by eating bugs and seeds. They need little space and can roam freely by day, but must be sheltered at night. Friendly, easy-to-keep chickens.

Rabbits

Rabbits are the most valuable farm animal. These animals hop, yet they're also happy in cages. Size is irrelevant. Friendly, self-sufficient animals need simply clean enclosures. Rabbits have one-month pregnancies and six babies.

SHEEP

Wild muflon in Europe and Asia descend from sheep. Growing fiber, meat, and meat. No harm done. Predators make them herd. Vision-savvy herbivores. They feel too.

Honeybees

Honeybees help humans. Honey bees provide honey and wax. Bees gather nectar from flowers and herbs to make honey. Female worker bees clean, feed, and protect the hive. Queen and male bees mate.

Cows

Cows are good farm animals. Milk, cheese, and more are produced. Carts and farmland are pulled. Cow dung fuels biogas and fertilizer. Bulls are male cattle. Two-year-old herbivores breed.

Pigs

Pigs were first domesticated. They preceded cattle. Pigs produce pork. Amazing pigs. Social mammal. Clean. Lacking sweat glands, they dwell in dirt. They prefer cold.

Pekin

Ducks love farms. They're heat- and cold-resistant. They lay bigger, tastier eggs than hens. They're disease-resistant. Easy duckkeeping. Large, clean habitat and modest water body are needed. 

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