Micro Farming

The Beginning of the End: Newly Discovered Superbug In Imported Meat Resistant to All Antibiotics

Superbug Found In Imported Meat Resistant to All Antibiotics

If you were upset when the House voted to remove country of origin labels on meat, you really are not going to like this.

Hedgerows: A Modern Take on an Ancient Homesteading Practice

Hedgerows: A Modern Take on an Ancient Homesteading Practice

This modern take on ancient homesteading practices uses hedgerows as a way to use natural resources to create borders, contain livestock and can provide habitat to wildlife and a screen from pesticide drift, and control soil erosion.

The Autumn Harvest: How To Store and Cook With Winter Squash (plus recipes)

The Autumn Harvest: How To Store and Cook With Winter Squash

Fall brings forth an abundance of winter squash that can easily be incorporated into dishes. Here is all you need to know about harvest, storing and cooking with winter squashes.

Three Natural Approaches To Clearing Land of Tree Stumps and Invasive Plants

3 Ways to Clearing Land of Tree Stumps and Weeds Naturally

Clearing the land in a natural capacity is harder work than it seems. These three natural approaches can cut down on time and money so that you can create a chemical-free environment.

Which Kind of Chicken Breed Is Best For Your Backyard Flock?

Which Kind of Chicken Breed Is Best For Your Backyard Flock?

At the end of the day, every flock is as unique as the homesteader who tends to them. What works best for you may not work best for your neighbor living just down the road. Here’s a primer on the best types of chickens for the homestead.

This Do-It-Yourself Garden Hack Is The Secret to an Abundant Garden

This Do-It-Yourself Garden Hack Is The Secret to an Abundant Garden

This organic fertilizer method is by far the easiest way to get essential nutrients quickly into the soil, and I have had nothing but success using it.

Black Gold: Creating Perfect Compost with Kitchen, Yard and Garden Scraps

Black Gold: Creating Perfect Compost

Composting is a great way to reduce the amount of food waste and yard debris from going to landfills, it provides a wonderful “free” amendment to poor soils, and can even reduce your water use and save you money.

Sustainable Farming: Raising Quail

Sustainable Farming: Raising Quail

If you’re trying to get by and want a self-sufficient meat source, but are limited on space or are trying to do it on the sly so your landlord and neighbors won’t find out, quail is an excellent option.

Sustainable Farming: Raising Kits to Harvest

Sustainable Farming: Raising Kits to Harvest

Part three of our sustainable farming series where we focus our attention on raising kits to harvest.

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