My new Somerset Seedless Grape plants are growing nicely, so now I have to figure out an appropriate trellis design to support and guide grapes as they grow.
Are you interested in tackling small-scale hay production on your farm? Weâ€™ve rounded up 20 of our past articles on the topic, sorting them into categories.
Welded wire is perfect for many fencing projects, but it does have a significant quirk that can make tidy installation tricky. Here are tips for fencing uneven land.
After losing a crop of cherries to hungry birds, an orchardist makes plans to defend his next crop of ripening fruit with protective bird netting.
The front-end loader isnâ€™t the only lifting power a typical workhorse tractor provides. The three-point hitch can also be put to use in creative ways.
Baling small square hay bales at a suitable tension makes them tight enough for easy handling. Loose bales are apt to turn into piles of loose hay.
When planting trees, you may wonder whether it’s better to start with potted or bare-root offerings. Let’s look at the pros and cons of both options.
Large amounts of snow can have adverse effects on the roofs of farm buildings. Installing seasonal structural supports can help reduce the risk of collapse.
The discovery of an aerial photograph from the 1930s allows one farmer to turn back the clock and learn more about the history of his farm.