Welcome to this month’s edition of musings on the farm. It’s feeling more like summer here in New England with every day that passes. Now that it’s warming up, the fowl are enjoying some newly purchased water sources. We have to make sure everyone stays hydrated! The family of Canadian geese is expanding with lots […]
Have you ever had trouble peeling boiled eggs? How about farm fresh eggs? They are the absolute hardest eggs to peel. See my experiments and results.
The Second Installment on things to consider when looking for your dream homesteading property.
So, what’s all the egg hoopla? Is there really much difference in farm vs. store eggs? It seems so.
There are several things you need to look for or consider when looking for your homesteading property. What type of zoning is it? What about water rights? Internet/cell phone access? Purchase or lease?
As part of our wintertime planning, we’re making orders for spring poultry. While adding goats to the farm is going to be a huge focus of our summer, adding new birds is also part of our plan for 2016. In addition to more chickens and geese, we’re going to be getting a quartet of ducklings. […]