While now most Pyrenees are raised as companions rather than farm dogs, a Pyrenees bred to work will be both a protective and calm livestock guardian.
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Grow a piece of history in your garden with a few historical heirloom tomato varieties.
Make a natural structure to attract a variety of birds to your yard by growing and making a gourd birdhouse.
Season this Roasted Leg of Lamb Recipe with garlic cloves, Dijon mustard and fresh mint, and serve new potatoes on the side.
Cattle Breeds, Breeding and Genetics
The various breeds of cattle you can raise for grass-fed beef come with specific pros and cons, meat qualities, and breeding options.
Rooftop Gardens in Urban Spaces
If you don’t have a lawn but want a garden, consider putting one on your roof; you’ll have the benefits of a healthy garden while saving space.
Tiny Homes: Green and Cost-Efficient
By salvaging construction materials, your tiny home will have an even lower impact on the environment and your budget than you thought!
Tough Jobs Made Easy: Garden Prep
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