Attachments designed for snow removal can make a significant difference in how a farmer experiences the winter and all that comes with it.
The wooly hog almost went extinct, but now Mangalitsa pigs are back. Could this heritage breed be right for your hobby farm?
Developed by breeders in 1930s Australia, Droughtmaster cattle thrive in extreme conditions to produce high-quality beef.
Storytelling is central to much of farming’s history. It just might be the key to preserving its future, too. Here’s how that could work.
With an autumnal chill sneaking into the air, it’s time for cool-weather planting and chores that will give your garden a head start next spring.
Are you considering adding pigs but you’re not sure where to start? Here are basic pointers to get your farm and yourself hog-ready.
No-till farming is quite popular with people who maintain permaculture systems, but it’s a good idea to apply to backyard gardens, too.
Pigs can be good investments for small farms, but the best type for your operation depends on factors such as space and what cuts of meat you most want.
Pigs eating kitchen scraps can help you with waste disposal and feed costs, but carefully consider what you give them. Here’s why.
More tractor attachments exist than you could probably ever use, but if one of these fits a job you do a lot, it’s worth considering.