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.
Low-maintenance and versatile, succulents are great for crafting. These fall succulent projects are fun to make and wonderful to share with family and friends.
Gear up for the canning season with a well-stocked pantry and the proper equipment. Here are basic guidelines for what you need.
Rocks are generally a nuisance on farms, but if you have lots of them around, why not embrace that fact and put them to good use? Here are some ideas.
Crops such as kale, collards, turnips and even certain types of lettuce can survive—and even improve—with frost, so they’re ideal for fall and winter planting.
What and how to feed chickens varies with a bird’s age, the season and type of chicken. Here are basic items to consider for your flock’s feeding system.