You don’t have to spend a fortune at the nursery or garden supply center to have a happy and healthy garden. There are a few things you probably have lying around the house that can put some extra green in your thumb—and many of them are items you might otherwise consider trash!
When chicks are ordered through the mail, they may need a little extra TLC. Here are some tips for reenergizing your chicks after a long transport.
This new organic gardening method is a game changer. Here’s everything you needed to know about straw bale gardening to get the best bounty ever.
Let’s say you did everything by the book and researched the chicken breeds you wanted, set up all the equipment beforehand, and gave your chicks everything they needed to thrive; but for some reason they aren’t. While there could be a myriad of reasons why this could be, my guess would be on one of these seven common ailments.
Pilgrim’s Pride, one of America’s top leading poultry providers is under fire after leaked videos and gruesome images of the deplorable conditions from some of their contract farms. Gangrenous dermatitis, enteritis, coccidiosis are only a few of the vile conditions chickens are dying from.
A survival garden may be just the thing your family needs, as it will passively produce food for your future.
Your path to freedom is based on what you put into it. No matter who you are or where you live, you can pick something from the list and learn to do it.
Hobby homesteading is showing up in the sprawling suburban neighborhoods. Here are the most popular small breeds and how to get started.
Homesteader, Ruby Burks tells it like it is with this article on winter woes. Winter in the California Sierras can be just as brutal as any northern winter elsewhere in the United States and seasonal issues that go along with it.
If you have a yard, then you can use these steps to achieve food freedom.
By doing some winter maintenance on your apiary equipment, building new equipment, and securing bee yards for the coming season, you can be better prepared for spring flows.
We’re on Kid Watch here- goat kid, that is. As a long-time goat keeper, here’s my go-to guide on the basic things you should do and have on hand before the does go into labor.