“Superstition is foolish, childish, primitive and irrationalâ€”but how much does it cost you to knock on wood?” â€”Judith Viorst
Dan and Kris Paape didn’t intend to start BeefnBeak Farm, but they now raise grassfed cattle and pastured poultry, and they aim to add workshops and tours.
This farming couple is giving back by helping grow new farmers.
In the Chinese zodiac, 2017 is the year of the fire roosterâ€”burn, baby, burn!
Two Marine veterans overcome physical obstacles to bring real food to their community.
Fix broken fences and gates to broken equipment with the help of a welder.
Science is backing up what gardeners have known for ages: Horticulture offers a myriad of benefits, from stress relief to science aptitude.
The Smithsonian features a multitude of exhibitions that highlight the history of American agricultureâ€”and theyâ€™re more than worth a visit.
If youâ€™re doing a lot of construction and repair work on your farm, add a nail gun to your tool arsenal.
On this Vermont farm, heritage breed animals are raised happily on pasture to feed the surrounding community.