No more harvesting the hard way! These inventive harvesting tools can make this trying time a bit easier.
Learn about making your own hay. If you have access to a patch of hay land, the equipment and you’d like to produce the best possible forage for you pets and livestock, do-it-yourself haymaking can still spell dollars and sense.
A farmer talks about his roadside stand and selling produce on the roadside.
Sue Weaver, a Hobby Farms contributing editor, recounts lessons learned during the mostly magical spring births on her farm.
While cheese making a fairly simple process, it helps to learn the basics before you begin.
Want to keep an unusual meat breed with market potential? Try your hand at raising meat goatsâ€”a true farm money maker.
If youâ€™d like to add cattle to your farm, think outside the box–try yaks or water buffalo. No matter where you live in North America, one or both of these interesting, easy-to-raise species is right at home and theyâ€™re perfect hobby farm livestock.
Get a drive-through gate for your farm and make winter or any type of weather more bearable.