Always keeping safety first, fire is an invaluable tool on the farm and in the home, from burning quality wood for heat to using remnants in the garden.
Metal is never trash! In addition to selling scrap for a bit of trash, you can always find a use for discarded or found metal around the homestead.
From unused liquids to coffee grounds and spent corks to good ol’ compost, the home is filled with materials that will do your garden good (and save you some cash).
It’s important to provide appropriate rations for poultry, but your chickens will enjoy food scraps, too. Check out these “free” foods for the coop!
In this excerpt from “How to Forage Mushrooms without Dying,” Frank Hyman talks about foraging oyster mushrooms, preparing and preserving them and more.
In this excerpt from “How to Forage Mushrooms without Dying,” Frank Hyman takes a look at a favorite, flavorful fungus: Chicken of the Woods.
Through a mixture of verbal noises and non-verbal behaviors and cues, chickens have a rich vocabulary, from warning of dangers to naming their keeper.
Daylilies are wildly common in flower gardens, but did you know the plants are as edible as they are beautiful? From petals down to its tubers, a daylily offers tons of surprising flavor.