Andrew Mefferdâ€™s â€śPractical No-Till Farmingâ€ť is a comprehensive introduction to no-till, from philosophy to application, designed to help growers get started.
The revised edition of Harvey Usseryâ€™s â€śThe Small-Scale Poultry Flockâ€ť is an expanded guide to all-natural chicken-keeping for a variety of purposes.
Pascal Baudarâ€™s â€śWildcrafted Vinegarsâ€ť is a comprehensive guide to making (and using) vinegars using both foraged and store-bought ingredients.
Susan Youngâ€™s “Growing Beans” explores the reasons to grow and eat more beans, and provides a comprehensive guide for doing so.
Jim Schultz started Red Shirt Farm in Western Massachusetts after retiring from a career in teaching. Today, it’s an inspiring example of farming success.
In his new book, â€śThe Woodchip Handbook,â€ť author and horticulturalist Ben Raskin explores the many uses for woodchips on a farm or homestead.
With the growing season coming to an end, pulling together these financial analyses will help you make sense of what worked (and what didn’t) over the course of the past year.
In his new book, “Sandor Katzâ€™s Fermentation Journeys,” the fermentation expert explores fermentation traditions from around the world.
Listening to farming podcasts is a great way to keep yourself company on the farm and stay up to date with the agricultural community.
Josh Volkâ€™s new book, “Build Your Own Farm Tools,” provides detailed blueprints for projects to improve your farmâ€™s functionality and efficiency.