Rural ingenuity at its finest, as Roland Girard made himself a loader bucket fence post driver.
While unconventional, the sweet potatoes in this recipe lend an extra creaminess to the rich, classic dessert.
A seasoned chicken keeper from New England shares her tips for keeping chickens in winter and how to make your flock thrive.
There are various perks and disadvantages to purchasing, renting, and leasing farm equipment. Determine your particular needs before making your decision when it comes to money and machinery.
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Harvesting and Eating Acorns
Eating acorns is a nutritious dietary practice, and they are tasty little nutmeats if processed appropriately to remove tannic acids.
DIY Screen Repairs and Replacements
Wire screens accumulate plenty of wear, tear, and punctures throughout their lives, but repairing the damage is a simple task you can learn to do yourself.
Gardening Tips for Small Spaces
Whether in a garden constructed from wooden planks, in a pot in the backyard, or planted directly into a bag of soil, you can grow herbs and veggies in a little space.
Tough Jobs Made Easy: Garden Prep
Talk of the Town