Listening is a skill that farmers and gardeners must cultivate. During winter, turning our attention to sage storytellers is as natural as the changing of seasons.
Real life is complex, and I’ll never have anyone else’s version of a perfect little farm. But it’s mine, and it fits me. Here’s how I cultivate homegrown gratitude.
A chicken harness is among the items we found on the web. Others include kitchenware, a chicken-themed journal, a treat holder and an urban-chicken starter kit.
Witches, vampires, ghouls and monsters? Sure, those are out there. Now see some of the tractors, pigs, chickens and vegetables we found as halloween costumes.
Don’t toss your creepy, glowing Halloween décor in the trash after the holiday. Use the pumpkin behind your jack-o’-lantern and its extras to enhance farm life.
Should we apply the same environmental and humanitarian concerns to clothing as we do food? A growing number of people think so.
Breeding programs expand the Valais Blacknose, whose wool is good for carpets, bedding and felting, beyond its native Switzerland. The breed of sheep is ideal for small farms.
We were spared major damage in Hurricane Florence, but the storm showed us what livestock farmers should expect in a natural disaster. Here’s how to prepare.