While chances are good that most of us won’t ever need to suddenly leave our homes (thank goodness), it’s always good to have a general plan just in case. This is especially true for those living in areas prone to hurricanes or wild fires. Think of it this way: Most of us will also never have to use bear spray, but would you hike in bear country without it? (The answer should be no.)
It’s our responsibility as homesteaders to take care of our livestock, and that includes evacuating them in an emergency. This post provides a few tips to help you plan for the worst while hoping for the best.