Raising or buying locally-raised meat is a fantastic way to bring healthy, high-quality food into your home without buying it at expensive retail prices. But there are quite a few things you should know before butcher day to ensure you get the most out of your meat.
This hoop house makes a great trellis for tomatoes, melons, cucumbers, and more! It’s a fantastic way to improve the growth of your crops. It allows you to grow cooler crops in the tunnels offering protection as well.
Learn how to get a jump start on your early Spring garden with these tips for warming up your soil enough to get plants in the ground NOW!
Learn how to ferment chicken feed for cheaper and healthier egg-laying hens. This feed is also great for meat chickens and other poultry like geese and turkeys!
Using a garden planner to layout your garden year allows you to know exactly when to start seeds indoors, when to transplant outside, and even when you’ll harvest your first crops. Planning out your garden with all this information will give you the best success in the upcoming growing season.
Today we’re answering your questions! Everything from gardening to fermenting, herbal remedies, and dairy!
If you want to get a head start on the garden season, then starting seeds is the way to go. But how do you know when to start seeds indoors? This post will be your new go-to guide for seed starting.
Josh and Carolyn talk about food production. Whether you have a large space or a small balcony, the methods discussed will work for you!
Josh and Carolyn review 2020 at Riverbend to discuss successes, failures, and accomplishments while hinting at what might be coming up in 2021.
Josh and Carolyn answer some questions on everything from pressure canning beef stew, storing eggnog, selecting the right wood cookstove, and so much more!