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.
Think your hobby farm is immune to PR crises? Think again—in this day and age, not having a communications plan in place can devastate any business.
The coronavirus response has changed a lot, but it won’t stop your hens from laying. Here are some tips for maintaining an egg business during the pandemic.
If you’re thinking about organic certification, it’s a bit of a process, but that green seal may just be worth it, even for small farmers.
Looking for a new way to bring income to your small farm? Consider starting a pumpkin patch to grow seasonal squash for sale during harvest season.
Thinking about expanding into online plant sales? With the right preparation, starting an online nursery can be a great way to open up new markets.
The end of your chicken-keeping days might end for reasons beyond your control. Regardless of why, here’s how to make sure you birds go to good homes.
At first, it seems like there’s a great deal to learn about goats, but once you’ve mastered the basics, they’re relatively easy animals to keep.
If you believe you might want to get chickens next spring, consider these six aspects for deciding whether to move in that direction.