Whitewash has been around for well over a century and is a simple means to spruce up your coop or barn while benefiting from its ability to help keep bugs from using the wood surfaces to breed. While many “old timers” remember whitewashing barns, coops, and tree trunks, finding much information on the subject is […]
Maybe you have a few pumpkins still hanging around in your food cellar. If so I have the perfect recipe for you to try. This fresh pumpkin soup is a fairly simple and quick soup that will bring out the fall flavors of your pantry.
This update to the popular post on Paper Pulp Firebricks will show you what the results were with the first bricks we burned and whether it is worth the trouble to make them.
If your chickens have mites, use permethrin! No, if your chickens have mites use DE! Have you heard this argument before? If you follow any chicken keeping page on social media then you have been exposed to this argument. The proponents of either method can be very strongly opinionated to say the least. Some can […]
Whether you raise your own chickens and collect your eggs or you are thinking about it, its a good idea to understand how to handle them safely. Understanding commercial egg handling practices may help you decide what is best for you and your family and may just change your mind about store bought eggs.
This hearty, simple, and quick tortellini soup is delicious and is the perfect meal on a cold evening.