Could our farm animals being doing more for us in return? We need to look at “the pigness of the pig and the chickeness of the chicken” as Joel Salatin puts it. Instead of working against each farm animal’s natural instincts, why not have those instincts work for you instead?
It’s the time of year when nearly everything has a peppermint twist. We get pumpkin spice in the fall and peppermint at Christmas. Get ready to enjoy some chocolatey peppermint goodness
It’s time to think about raised beds. More specifically, hugelkultur beds.
Goats are ornery; even though they are cute you can’t trust ’em. Here’s a story of how our goats got out.
Some things to consider when changing careers. We discuss a change from engineering to farming and some things we have learned on the way.
We wanted our chicken coop to be mobile on our farm. We found an old farm wagon and repurposed it into our new chicken coop, the Coop Deville! Let us give you a tour!