Learning the history of small-scale organic farming can help you better understand and improve growing practices. These books are ideal starting points.
Plows and rototillers make it easy to flip beds from one crop to the next, but these techniques can transition your beds and help the soil without tillage.
Covering your soil at the end of the growing season is an important step in keeping it healthy throughout the winter so it’s ready for spring.
Alice Percy provides detailed instructions for humanely raising pigs on pasture in a book that’s valuable to homesteader and commercial farmer alike.
Chef and farmer Abra Berens provides hundreds of recipes to cook vegetables in unexpected ways as well as knowledge on growing and storage.
YouTube is a great source to learn small-scale farming techniques from experienced growers. Here are four channels with especially high-quality farm videos.
Having a variety of produce ready to harvest weekly for your community-supported agriculture operation can be difficult. Here’s how to create a crop plan.
A cash flow budget shows you when your farm will and won’t have extra cash over the course of the season, allowing you to plan accordingly.
The cost and design of high tunnels varies widely. Selecting the right high tunnel for your farm can help you avoid overpaying for features you don’t need.