Protect your fruit trees and ensure an abundant fruit or nut harvest by keeping these orchard pests out!
Feeding animals out of the garden during summer is a great way to save a little money on feed, as well as provide the health benefits of natural homegrown fruits and veggies. For our little farm hands, though, it can also mean inadvertently making the animals sick.
It never ceases to amaze me how much of my life revolves around feces! From baby diapers to golden compost, much of my day is spent cleaning, shoveling or scooping poop.
Itâ€™s wonderful being surrounded by so many animals all the time, but letâ€™s face it: It can be hard to spend enough time with all of them when you are busy working and doing chores just to take care of them.
Courtesy Hemera/Thinkstock Use wire mesh to keep wild rabbits from enjoying a lunch from your garden. As you begin to salivate over the lusciousÂ tomatoes and crispy peppers youâ€™ll soon have growing in your garden, think about how you can get the fruits of your labor to the dinner table unblemished. While starting plants from seed […]
Yesterday morning it was 4 degrees F when Mom fed us our breakfast. She paused to scratch Mr. Tumnusâ€™ back and hair came out! She looked closer and sure enough, the Boers are starting to shed their cashmere undercoats. Boers have cashmere?
Photo by Audrey Pavia The Amazing Olivia is quite the hunter Most urban farmers arenâ€™t too concerned with rodent control. A mouse in the house is more of a problem for us urban types than a mouse in the grain room for rural farmers. But as my friend Lisaâ€™s dog Olivia showed me, urban farms […]