Mel Combs from the Idaho-based Combstead tells us all about the therapeutic benefits of being surrounded by poultry and working with family.
With enough lead time, reputable seed sources and a few tips, you can succeed with (extremely!) hot stuff like ghost peppers and Carolina Reapers.
Whether you already wholesale your farm products or you want to start, try these tips small farmers can leverage for a bigger bottom line.
There's a chicken boom these days, and you might consider joining the flock. A flat-pack chicken tractor can help you keep them healthy, happy and safe.
Farm founder Stephanie Webb reveals all about how egg color genetics work, as well as why she loves getting rainbow eggs, at her Dallas-based venture.
Boston Microgreens founder and co-owner Oliver Homberg tells us how experimenting with microgreens at home led to a business supplying local chefs.
Yellow Point Farms founder, Rebecca Dault, tells us how her family finds solace and happiness living the farm life in Vancouver Island. Also—goat yoga.
Amy Stoss quit a teaching job to pursue some “dirt therapy.” We spoke to her about bringing micro-farming and permaculture principles to the suburbs.