People are dressing up their chickens—and other animals—in tutus as part of this recent farm fashion craze. Here’s a look at some photos.
Learn to Homebrew Day is Nov. 2. We talk to the director of the American Homebrewers Association about the remarkable potential found in beer-making.
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.
Head brewer Jon Kielty talks about using hops, grains and honey from local sources, some within a few blocks of the New York City brewery.
When the common cold or its cousin, the flu, has you feeling blue, turn to herbs for relief as alternatives or supplements to pharmaceuticals.
This poultry paradise is becoming a social media hit thanks to a one-eyed turkey named Stew and a flock guardian called RJ. We speak with a farm founder.
This round of contenders, led by marching ducklings, includes a horse nuzzling a cat, a cow shielding a calf, two goats and a chicken.
Coordinating gardening efforts with nearby property owners can help honeybees, hummingbirds, butterflies and other pollinators.
Two species of yucca, one called “soapweed” and another called “Mojave yucca,” are tough plants that have distinct looks and medicinal uses.