Proud to help support this great organization. What a service they provide! For over 40 years this dedicated organization has worked to share their knowledge and support breeders and heritage breed organizations to protect our future by conserving the past.
I had first hand experience with this group when I was trying to get started into a mulefoot pigs. They were wonderful at directing me to breeders and the registration.
The Livestock Conservancy has been a wealth of information for my family about breeding and raising endangered livestock breeds. The support when I called was excellent, immediately transferred or referred to the correct person! Very knowledgeable! Thank you!
The livestock conservancy is great at answering any questions you might have! They are fast, friendly and knowledgeable!
Great work from The Livestock Conservancy to support biodiversity and save endangered livestock, holding on to agricultural and biological history! In great part to excellent information and support, we select the breeds for our farm from their easily navigable chart and website! We've started our conservation breeding of Cotton Patch Geese and Buckeye Chickens in conjunction with The Livestock Conservancy and have relied upon them in our teaching of university students about the importance of these livestock for our future.
I wouldn't have the knowledge, passion, and drive for raising these amazing Heritage Hogs on pasture if it weren't for the wonderful people at The Livestock Conservancy.
Your time, dedication, and customer service are second to none and I cannot thank you enough for your support throughout the years. You are an essential resource for our farm in Oregon!
I am honored to be a member of your organization and together we will continue to raise awareness and protect endangered livestock / poultry breeds from extinction.
Keep up the great work! You have a member for life here!
The Livestock Conservancy is one of the most important organizations on earth. Heritage breeds have traits that we may need in the future and as a member of this organization, we are working to save those breeds, and those traits, for future generations.
The Livestock Conservancy does an amazing job raising awareness about our endangered breeds and thanks to their work, we've never lost a breed on their list to extinction. Great website full of information about the breeds and they hold informative workshops. One of my favorite charities!
What can be more more important than saving the genetics of poultry and livestock that have fed us for hundreds of years? The Livestock Conservancy not only helps save the genetics through saving the animals themselves but through research and the education of new farmers, chefs and consumers. Saving genetics could be the key to averting a world wide food emergency in case of pandemic disease outbreaks like the smouldering H5N1 Avian flu, which is still killing poultry worldwide. It's only a matter of time...
I have been a member since the 70's and promote them as a way to save the genetics that will be critical to saving our food supply, in case a disease or hereditary defect wipes out the current "popular" breeds. Thanks to their resources many endangered breeds have been saved from extinction and thousands of people have been educated in the importance of saving them!
These guys helped me initially in getting started with my chosen hog breed, American Mulefoot Hog, and have helped me with farm ideas and initiatives, as well as getting our organization on track with some important administrative decisions.
They are the go-to people in understanding the livestock, sharing their (and our) knowledge, and building a base of like-minded people that are willing and able to save critically endangered breeds.
Hats off to TLC and the wonderful work they do!
The Livestock Conservancy has two goals. One is to save endangered Heritage breeds which helps different gene pools survive. And they help the people working with the Heritage breeds thrive and flourish. They are a conscientious and passionate group with the knowledge and skill sets necessary to help these farmers. Please consider this non-profit as they help the planet, animals and people. Thank you.
After researching and reading hundreds of articles before taking the "jump" into small scale homesteading, I found myself always returning to The Livestock Conservation site. Exceptional information, well researched and thoughtfully presented. This is a must "go to" site for anyone wanting to take on an adventure of animal husbandry and help preserve history. One, if not the best informative sites.
They do very important work helping to educate and conserve breeds of Livestock and poultry that are vital to our food chain.
The Livestock Conservancy is an AMAZING organization! There’s nothing else like it out there for education on heritage livestock breeds and connecting people involved w the breeds!
I love this organization. Their focus is clear. They have a great collection of resources. I have sent dozens of people to their website for information on rare breeds. A top notch resource for anyone interested in preserving this segment of American culture.
We've learned a lot from The Livestock Conservancy over the years.
They are full of much needed information to help save our heritage breeds.
The Livestock Conservancy has been one of my favorite non-profits - and critical resource for my farm. I reference the information on the website often as we make decisions on breeds of animals - we've really grown our farm based on the information available from the Livestock Conservancy. It's an essential resource for farmers, ranchers and also has fantastic information for general education on rare breeds and why their genetics are important.
This is a great orginaztion. Ive been a member for 15 years. Without the Livestock Conservancy as a umbrella organization helping the diffrent breeds registries and raising awareness many of these breeds would be gone. I raise several listed breeds and it's great to have a organization that is so good at disseminating information.
I've kept a list of heritage breed animals I would like to raise one day in my back pocket since I was twelve. That was nearly 20 years ago now. My reasons for wanting to work with heritage animals have deepened from a general sense of knowing this was what I wanted in life to now being able to speak knowledgeably about genetic diversity, the hardiness of landraces and pre-industrial breeds, hybrid vigor, and also the specific characteristics of many breeds of livestock important to the history of the United States. What has never changed is that the Livestock Conservancy has always been my first, best source of information and inspiration.
I've learned so much from The Livestock Conservancy. They always answer my questions right away & give great information. The are also a great source for finding breeders!!!
I've been a supporter of this organization since its founding. It consists of knowledgeable and wise people doing essential work--that most people don't even realize needs to be done--with perseverance and creativity. I'm a member/supporter and former board member, and a professional with expertise in the field.