If you own goats, or if you are planning on getting goats, you definitely need to read this blog post ‘The Easiest Way To Copper Bolus Your Goats and Why You NEED To!’ . This is a much more enjoyable way (for you and the goats!) to give them the copper that they need to […]
This baked rabbi is quick and easy to make, but packed with flavor. If you’ve eaten rabbit before you may know that it has a mild flavor, much like chicken, with very little fat. Because of this the meat will absorb flavors well but we must keep it moist during cooking. If you are looking […]
As homesteaders we care about the environment and our lifestyle naturally lends itself to less waste but that doesn’t mean we should keep striving for better! If you want to have an empty trash can at the end of each week here’s a huge list of ways to you can cut down on your waste.
Many people these days are trying to “rewild” their diet, foraging for their own or purchasing wild harvested food, or even buying wild plants grown in an agricultural setting from reputable sources. Wild meats, such as bison, salmon, venison, and duck are as popular as ever. Even wild mushrooms and root vegetables, such as sunchokes, […]
As an edible landscaper, I get a lot of questions from people about what to plant in their yards – for this sunny spot, and that shady corner, along with my favorite question of all: What edible plants can I incorporate in to my yard? I’m obviously all about edible plants – and with amazing […]
If you are new to homesteading, taking care of a herd of goats on your own can be a bit daunting. Goats are very smart and easily motivated by food, so training is much easier than people think. Now that all of my goats are trained, even my little bucks, chore time is a breeze. […]