This blog is about the door installion of a food storage area, a law suit over patiented seeds, starting seeds inside, and going to the movies.
By Hank Will, Editor-in-Chief
Hank is thrilled about Shannon Hayes' latest book: Long Way On A Little
My attempt at the Hooligan and my resolution for the year. I'm ready for spring.
I thought it would be fun to recap the top ten most-read chicken-related posts on my blog from 2012. Popular topics ranged from coop cleaning to making your own apple cider vinegar to sewing totes from empty feed bags.
Learn how to make muscadine wine from muscadines growing in your own yard or countryside.
Fresh snow is soon marked by the tracks of animals foraging, playing, escaping or just living. Even if you don't see the wildlife, enjoy learning more about their habits by reading the tales in the snow.
Splitting firewood with hand tools is a skill every homesteader should have. Even if you own a mechanical wood splitter, knowing how to use a splitting maul and wedges comes in handy when the wood is too large or the log splitter can't be used.
Summer and Fall brought piglets and fishing while winter brought a new Dexter calf. In addition new guides to raising chickens and cattle were released on Amazon.