Hale bales are iconic of farming, but one of the limitations of keeping animals on a city lot is figuring out how to store them. Whole hay bales are easy to stack in the corner of a garage, shed, or coop, but once you open it up a hay bale or straw bale, it will […]
After many months of searching for the right property at an affordable price, we finally found our new homestead. Amazingly our new homestead cost us about 1/2 the price of what our old house was worth and our old house sits on less than a 1/2 acre. How did we do this?
Have you been thinking about buying a new homestead? There are a lot of factors to consider and it can be a bit overwhelming. We came up with this homestead shopping wish list to focus our search and it was so helpful
Backyard Farming on an Acre (More or Less) showcases Angela England’s city-girl-gone-country credentials. Read the full article to find out what those credentials are.
When we think of homesteading and gardening, our first thoughts are of summer days and green plants. For many of us, the reality is that for much of the year, our homestead is brown or covered in snow. Make the most of your homestead year round by enjoying those winter months.