Plan ahead now so that you don’t get caught unprepared with that winter storm does hit! If you’re not sure where to start – or if this is your first winter as a farmer or homesteader – take these tips into account.
If you have chickens, you may have wondered how to reduce food waste. Consider one of these 10 best hanging chicken feeders to minimize waste and maximize profits.
Spaghetti squash is a delicious fall vegetable to harvest and to cook. Here are some recipes and tips to help you make the most of your harvest.
Feeding fresh and dried herbs to your chickens is a great way to improve their health. Here are some suggestions to help you get started.
Cover crops aren’t just for large-scale commercial farms. They have tons of benefits when used in your home vegetable garden, too. Here’s what you need to know.
Just because the days are growing shorter (and colder!) that doesn’t mean your gardening chores are over. Here’s what you need to do now.
As fall moves in, take these steps to prepare your chicken coop for the upcoming winter.
Are your chickens molting? If so, not to worry. This common situation is one that every chicken keeper will face at one point or another. Here are tips to deal with it.
Are you going to do some canning this season? Make sure you avoid these common mistakes as you’re getting started!
Do you have a huge summer harvest? Consider these 235 canning recipes to try!