This is an easy-to-make, fragrant, delicious and nutritious meal. It takes minimal prep work and simmers for a couple of hours until the meat is practically falling off the bones.
HOMEGROWN Life blogger and Maine dairy farmer Dyan shares a preview of her children's book about raising lambs.
Springtime on the homestead is all about timing--getting those colorful eggs into the incubator, sneaking in a crop of spinach in the high tunnel, but also being on-the-ready for lambing season!
After deciding to take a year off from lambing, Maine dairy farmer Dyan has a change of heart and gets a four-legged Valentine, a baby lamb.
Forget the spit and roast your own lamb gyro in the convenience of your home oven.
An unexpected lambing during mid-summer.
Lamb's quarters, also known as wild spinach, is an abundant wild vegetable. It's a nutritional superstar with a delicious, mild flavor.
HOMEGROWN Life blogger and Maine dairy farmer Dyan Redick recounts a poignant start to lambing season on Bittersweet Heritage Farm.
Musings on a few delicious, nutritious edible weeds, plus a salmon salad and purslane recipe.
A Grade 1 group come through the farm for a tour
An organic cotton and wool body pillow goes a long way to help relieve pregnancy back pain.
An average day of juggling responsibilities on the farm
A beginner farmer learns about taking on the responsibility of raising animals.
A new farmer builds a great sheep shelter out of free stuff and learns where not to put it.
Cole does a sausage-making workshop.
The secret to a tasty, non-gamey, leg of lamb.
Gathering weeds from your garden or yard can make a quick, healthy spring meal.
Farm life is not always predictable, and some of the surprises turn out to be the most valuable lessons. This story from the ranch about some strong winter-born goats, a protective cow with motherly instincts, and a calf that’s making it against all odds will not only inspire you, but it may teach you something about the wonderful spirit of community support.
Guard donkeys and a good pen for nighttime can be vital to protecting new lambs and kids, especially with coyotes on the prowl. Find out how all it takes is one small mistake to produce fatal consequences on the farm.