When raising chickens, it’s always important to stay aware of salmonella risks. Here are some tips to help your backyard flock stay clear of an outbreak.
Think you don’t need a farm plan for a small or urban farm? Think again—in many ways, sitting down to plan out a small space is the most important work you can do.
Many people think goats are tops for controlling weeds, but sheep, with a diverse diet that extends far beyond just grass, are terrific weed eaters.
Increasing numbers of Americans are receiving mislabeled, international mailers containing seed packages they didn’t order. Here’s what to know and how to respond if you receive one.
We speak to Mazzeltov Farms founder Bethany Riner about how she’s created a sustainable environment at the California-based venture.
All hay is not equal, and it’s important to know what hay comes from where and when. Here are some ways to mark your hay bales for easy identification.
An effective IPM (integrated pest management) strategy brings out the detective, researcher and reporter in us all to control destructive garden bugs.
A riparian buffer (planted land along a waterway) can add value, protect environmental conditions and even produce income for your farm.