You’re probably thankful that as a hobby farmer you can lead the life you want, but what are some of the small things that warrant gratitude?
Real life is complex, and I’ll never have anyone else’s version of a perfect little farm. But it’s mine, and it fits me. Here’s how I cultivate homegrown gratitude.
Inspect feed, water, ventilation and structural issues before severe weather sets in to protect livestock including cattle and horses.
The egg is pretty much a perfect food, good for the body and able to accomplish many culinary feats. This closer look inside the shell at your chicken’s daily offering reveals why.
In her new book, Rhonda Sherman describes the science as well as the business of vermicomposting in clear and relevant detail.
Using pest barriers instead of pesticides is one way to be a smarter, more eco-friendly gardener. These easy-to-use measures deserve a place in every gardener’s arsenal.
A chicken harness is among the items we found on the web. Others include kitchenware, a chicken-themed journal, a treat holder and an urban-chicken starter kit.