Poultry-keepers can’t hide inside when the temperature drops, so here are five essentials to have on hand when caring for a chicken flock during winter.
A winter storm caused two dozen fallen trees on my northern Wisconsin farm. But careful planning will help me clean up the mess efficiently in the spring.
These farm storehouse products—from an ice melter to a roof rake to a multimeter and more—are designed to make your farm life work better!
Many hands make light work, and a community butchering party is a great idea at hog harvest time. Here are some tips to make sure it’s a fun, efficient event!
Farm life doesn’t stop during the winter, so follow these tips and tricks to improve your homestead during the cold, wet, windy season.
There are plenty of farm tasks to perform in winter, from clearing invasive plants like Asian bush honeysuckle to frost seeding pastures and more!
Get ready for winter now, before the weather gets really bad, to ensure your cattle stay healthy and safe no matter what Mother Nature throws at us.
Snow fences can be put to good use on farms. The key is to install them correctly, so you don’t wind up creating worse drifts than you had before.
If you choose to keep pigs over the winter, you’ll need to prepare their shelter and water dispensers, as well as plan for their health needs, before cold hits.