Authorities said they found many dead animals last winter in Isabella County’s Rolland Township, including a mule, cows, 25 sheep and 20 chickens.
Michigan has fined two livestock dealers more than $22,000 for moving calves without required radio frequency I.D. tags.
It’s not out of the ordinary to rent things such as textbooks, power tools and designer dresses. But a chicken?
Ingham County officials are considering whether to allow people who live in urban areas to keep dairy goats.
It could have been an utter disaster, but after a morning of dodging traffic, a cow is now safe and sound and off the freeway.
A Michigan State University study says agriculture contributed $91.4 billion to Michigan’s economy in the last year measured.
After a three-hour hearing, city officials have decided to “butt out” of the debate over a Livonia woman’s pet chickens and goats.
”Let me keep my goats.” That’s what a Livonia woman will ask city officials at a zoning hearing Tuesday night.
The battle lines have been drawn in a Livonia neighborhood over a family’s chickens and goats.