Apparently, “chicken resentment” is actually a thing.
Winter’s not bad in my neck of the woods, but there are still a few things I need to do to get my garden ready for cooler temps.
My garden is producing the last fruits of the season, so now’s the time to head to the kitchen and prep the harvest.
When deciding whether to keep farm animals, lots of questions need to be answered before you invite them to your land.
For chickens, a day at the spa involves less water and a lot more dirt.
Even though the growing season is dying down, there’s still a lot happening in the Fortress Garden.
This year my kale crop was attacked by an aphid infestation, and I’m not going to deal with the damage lightly.
Don’t be fooled by this ugly, oddly named squash. It will be your new favorite item on the winter dinner menu.
My Northern California climate allows me to grow a garden all winter, so I’m busy figuring out just what I want in my garden beds.
Armed with a headlamp and garlic spray, I set out to my garden to kill vampires … er, cherry-tree-eating bugs.