Montanaâ€™s Smoot Honey Co. upholds a sweet beekeeping tradition with an efficiency that would make any honeybee queen proud.
Used correctly, chickens can turn soil, eliminate weeds and pests, fertilize and more in your garden or growing space. Here are some tips for gardening with chickens.
Jacob and Courtney Cowgill started as vegetable farmers, but circumstances led them to ancient grains and sourdough bread. Today, the couple are proud owners of Blue Truck Bread.
Homemade ice cream is easy to make and tastes better than most grocery-store offerings. Check out these tips and recipes for making your own dessert.
Want to keep chickens while keeping energy costs low? Take your flock off the grid with a DIY solar-powered chicken coop.
As a brand inspector, Paul Johnson never knows what his day will hold. Read about his goat-wrangling, cattle-chasing career in the Big Sky Country.
Jacobs Heritage Farm is the place to find exceptional honey, eggs, meat and more, with a nod to times and places gone by.
Many animals produce fiber, including sheep, goats, alpaca, rabbits, bison and musk ox. Here’s a guide to the types and qualities that come from various sources.
Cold frames open up the world to gardeners by creating a microÂclimate for sensitive crops or as a means to extend the shoulder seasons.
Choosing proper plants, saving rainwater, adding mulch and matching soil to what you grow are among ways to conserve water in your garden.