Electric vehicles are popping up on hobby farms everywhere. Here’s a look at the different electric vehicle types you can choose for your homestead.
Smart devices can help prevent theft of farm equipment and alert you to trespassers on your property, so consider this farm tech to secure your homestead.
Notebooks may be the proven way to track farm data, but you can manage your whole farm right from your phone with handy apps like these!
If you have a herd that likes to “test your fence,” you may want to take a look at smart electric fencing, which can monitor and alert you to weaknesses.
Hot days can be stressful to a dangerous degree for chickens, so build an inexpensive DIY swamp cooler for the coop to help your birds chill out.
Beekeepers are turning to smart devices and sensors to monitor their bees health, location and other elements of their beekeeping operations.
Can you beat your chicken’s step count? Chicken trackers may soon tell us everything we need to know about our flock’s activity level.
Almost every farm has rats, and smart rat traps may solve a farm’s growing rat problem. Learn how they work, what they do and if they’re right for your farm.
If Fido doesn’t stay on your property, you can keep track of him with a smart dog collar. They use GPS to track your dog in real-time, wherever he or she roams.