A playful pig is only cute until it exceeds your own body weight then it’s utterly terrifying.
Don’t think if you build a shelter your sheep will actually use it; they much rather be outside. Invest in shade and wind-brakes.
Before you decided to hatch out chicks in winter first figure out where you are going to house them. Basements don’t make good chick brooder.
Rams are called such for a reason.
Dogs can get fat eating chicken poop.
If chickens don’t know what something is their first instinct is to peck it, whether it’s a string on the ground or a temperamental old cat, it makes no difference to them.
Chickens have a bad rap for being stupid, but ducks are worse. They can figure out how to fly out of the yard but not how to fly back in.
Chickens + Dead Frog = Hours of Entertainment
Pigs are smarter then dogs, they know to wait until your back is turned to body slam you.
Don’t ask your pigs if they want an apple unless you actually have some apples to give them, they aren’t stupid and they hold a grudge.
Goats know the best places to stand/walk so they can trip you.
An otherwise quite and late rising rooster will always start crowing at 4am on the days you could sleep in.
Plucking a duck is one of the 9 levels of hell.
The smaller the size of your male goat the larger the attitude.
Never stand directly in front of a male goat; you risk getting peed on.
Male goats can *cough* take care of themselves if you know what I mean.
No matter how much it may suck going out in below zero temperatures to feed and care for the animals after you've had the day from hell; by the time your done lugging buckets of water and wrestling with the animals to get from the gate to their food dishes, you have a smile on your face and you've forgotten that you can't feel your toes.