In the last week or so the weather has turned decent, and just like that it feels like we’re off to the races! I’m not
Gardening with Chickens by Lisa Steele should be your go-to reference for making your chickens work in your garden, and making your garden work for
Little Henny was one of our original chickens, she was on the homestead for three years with us.
The name “Henny” is because we had five
Living in the country on an old property with a big barn comes with a few inherent resources- like cats. People drop their unwanted pets
You Dirty Weasel
We started out the month with sadness and heartbreak, unfortunately.
If you’ve farmed for long enough, or experienced the loss of an
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If you haven’t been oogling over Substation Paperie’s completely adorable, rustic and whimsical farming and
June was the month we officially got all of the gardens planted! We have three main garden areas this year, which is one more
At the beginning of May, Karl and I took an all-day class about cultivating mushrooms, taught by a local mushroom grower and wild mushroom expert.
Farm fresh eggs: it’s either feast or famine around here! During the long days of summer I’ve got baskets full of eggs and I’m piling
Thinking about making your own chick starter feed, eh?
When we first got our baby chicks, I was determined to be the best chick mother