Do you take the time to tie up your raspberry bushes? The benefits are many and well worth the effort. This simple guide gives backyard gardeners step-by-step directions to tying up raspberry canes using a time-saving method. Get those berries ready for summer, and the harvest will be ripe, easy to pick, and delicious!
After moving back to the farm I began to feel more invested in my homestead kitchen. As I take on more tasks from canning to making maple syrup these are the tools I long for in my country kitchen.
Which of your vegetable plants should you start inside before the last frost has come and gone? This post offers a good place to start with suggestions on the seeds that you will want consider planting indoors. (Plus one bonus idea.)
When we first brought ducks to the homestead they were an experiment more than anything. Now, after several years as duck owners, we are more fond of our free-range white layers than we have ever been. Here are 10 reasons why we continue to choose to keep ducks on our property.
Do you know when to plant your seedlings? This helpful how-to gives directions on finding the last frost, calculating a reasonable start date, and adjusting it as needed. There may be snow on the ground, but getting those seeds started at the right time is a key first step to a successful gardening season.
Learning backyard butchery can be an intimidating process. This post gives five great tips on things to consider before getting started from finding the proper tools to organizing the cuts.