A pop of fuchsia in a fall garden means radicchio is on the menu. Grow this bitter, brilliant vegetable for some cool-weather color.
Leaving garden soil bare can contribute to erosion and the release of carbon into the atmosphere, but planting cover crops can do a lot of good.
Predators come with the territory when you’re keeping chickens, unfortunately. But here are 10 ways to keep your feathered friends from becoming an easy meal.
Daniele Kasper from the Michigan-based backyard country homestead talks about her first steps into hobby farming and self-sufficiency.
Can you give your chickens treats? Yes, but it’s important to know what they like to eat, as well as what to avoid to prevent illness or even death.
If a chicken can get something in its mouth, there’s a chance it’ll swallow it down—and that can lead to health problems and even toxicity.
In a disaster, especially living off-grid, emergency preparedness is the key to staying safe. The following equipment can help during the unexpected.
It’s common to accuse the butcher of dirty deeds, like stealing meat or swapping animals. Here’s a beginning meat sleuth’s guide to uncovering the truth.