There’s always something that needs to be done on the busy homestead. Chores abound and nature’s deadlines loom large. Sometimes, pushing that aside and tending to my soul is the most important task on my to do list.
Building a homestead from scratch can be challenging – where do you sleep, eat, play, and cook while you’re building? Homestead Honey shares her family’s outdoor kitchen set up.
Spring Mountain Living’s homestead is heading out of Ohio. Come take a quick trip down memory lane with us and visit the first piece of property we owned together and how far we’ve come since.
Alderman Farms is brimming with anticipation as we await the arrival of our newest addition – more pigs! A couple of years ago we tested our ability to raise pigs on pasture, and we pleased with the results. Now we are ready to become permanent “people of the pigs.” We’ve chosen a breed, located stock, […]
Our little farm recently moved, but just two months later, we’re on the road again! Come find out why we left and see where we’re headed this time!
With one of the longest and coldest springs on record which happened to coincide with our first year trying to grow for the Farmer’s Market, we’ve experienced some major let downs on our homestead. This post shares some of the ways we’ve learned to manage discouragement.