This installment covers getting ready to start collecting eggs and hatching and learning the quirks of your incubator to improve success.
Information on housing/shelter, health/maintenance, milking, horns or no horns and more!
This is the tenth blog post in an alphabetically organized introduction to homesteading. It covers legal regulations on homesteading and related activities.
Lambing season signals the sure sign of spring on our farm. After winter's time luxuries, it can be exhilarating and exhausting at the same time--soon creating the classic homesteader's dilemma of not having enough time to go around. Don't let "I don't have time" bite you by surprise this spring.
Though Micro Dairies are generally small managing them can still be a challenge even when compared to larger dairies
We offer some questions and answers to those looking to add goats to their homestead and/or farm.
You would be very surprised at how many properties are for sale that are not listed in any magazine or with any realtor. In these very rural areas, bulletin boards host many FOR SALE properties from local folks. They have the same hope of cutting out the guy in the middle and reaping pure profit. However, some think that their $15,000 property is worth $30,000. Here is how we found affordable property for homesteading.
Spring is on its way, but there's one thing that cannot be avoided in the process...and that is mud season.
From classroom to hive, two days of expert training designed to get the burgeoning beekeeper in business.LEARN MORE