If your orchard is not near a hose or irrigation system, an inexpensive, gravity-fed leg tank on a wagon gets the trees the water they need.
North America is home to about 100 species of wild silk moths, some of which have wingspans of 7 inches—and fierce-looking caterpillars.
Preparing properly before bringing goats home can help the new animals settle in and ease the transition from an empty pasture to a happy herd.
Replacing mechanized equipment with these human-powered tools reduces your fossil-fuel use and lets you tread more carefully on your land.
Don’t toss out dirty, rusted cast iron cookware. Restore pieces to their original luster and usability with this easy cleaning process.
Occasional leafminers in Swiss chard can make this relatively trouble-free crop problematic. Learn how to ID and control this pest without synthetic pesticides.
Incubators were all the rage in the early 20th century, but plenty of advice also existed on incubation and hatching via broodies.
Keeping poultry opens your eyes to a world most fowl: rubber chickens on bicycles and in recycle bins, chicken sculptures and costumes at Scandinavian castles, and poultry yard art in the American Midwest.