This is the second part of my four-part series to getting companion planting working in your garden. In this post we’ll talk about some of the most popular vegetables grown in a home garden and how they can be paired with some other popular vegetables and herbs to get the best growth and pest protection […]
Have you ever wanted to try companion planting in your garden but didn’t know where to start or what the heck it all even means? Well follow along with this four week series (Mondays in March) and learn the whats, whys and hows of companion planting for this gardening season!
Before I moved to a Montana ranch I didn’t know what wheat looked like before it was ground into flour. Do you?
Our guest writer, Jessica, works as a Milk Tester in Vermont and spends time on both organic and conventional dairy farms. Although she says there are differences she points out how many similarities there are in raising calves!
After being gone on vacation for two weeks, I thought the horses might want a special little treat! Check out what they wolfed down in one bite and what they left behind!
I know it’s only January but after getting some seeds in the mail today, I got very excited about gardening season! I revamped this post from last year with different things I’ve learned in year about how to get the most out of your garden before you even start planting!