Adopting a Rooster

Adopting a Rooster

Estimated Reading Time : 3 minutes :Cock-a-doodle-doo! It may not be dawn, but it is time to debunk some of the biggest myths about adopting a rooster. If you’re thinking of adopting a rooster, it’s important to be prepared to ensure that your birds will be happy and...
Why male calves need to be desexed before adoption

Why male calves need to be desexed before adoption

Estimated Reading Time : 3 minutes :At ‘Til The Cows Come Home, most of the calves that come into our care are male. Why? Because in the dairy industry, male calves are usually considered “waste” as they do not result in profit. While female calves go on to be used...
Adopting A Farmed Animal – What You Need To Know

Adopting A Farmed Animal – What You Need To Know

Estimated Reading Time : 3 minutes :Rescuing farmed animals through adoption or fostering is a hugely impactful way to save animals from being killed or living miserable lives. Not only will you give the animal a second chance at life, but you and your family can also...
What’s the difference between a bull and a steer?

What’s the difference between a bull and a steer?

Estimated Reading Time : 2 minutes :When people think of a male cow, it’s common that an image of a large, muscular bull comes to mind. However, a bull is not the only male bovine out there. In this article, we’ll run you through the difference between two common...
Keeping Hens Warm In Winter

Keeping Hens Warm In Winter

Estimated Reading Time : 2 minutes :Winter in Australia has well and truly arrived, and we humans are not the only ones bearing the cold. It’s important that we keep our feathered friends warm as temperatures drop. If this is your first time keeping hens warm in...
Hen Care Guide

Hen Care Guide

Estimated Reading Time : 6 minutes :Congratulations on adopting your beautiful hen’s into your loving family, we so appreciate that you chose to adopt from ‘Til The Cows Come Home and not shop. You are helping our vision come alive by allowing us to make your everyday...
Our Vision for 2021

Our Vision for 2021

Estimated Reading Time : 4 minutes :Happy New Year to our lovely TTCCH followers! We wanted to start this new year with sharing our vision for 2021 with you all.    ‘Til The Cows Come Home had a big year in 2020. We are lucky enough to have dozens of volunteers...