Removing the skins from a tomato need not be an intimidating chore. See how to do it the easy way.
The projects continue here on the homestead. Fencing, concrete, cattle panels…lots to do. Then I needed to add one more project to the list after seeing some suspicious behavior.
Things aren’t always sunshine and lollipops on the homestead, and I’m afraid I have sad news to share with all of you today.
Come chat with me while I snap beans at the kitchen table.
Sometimes when you live in the country, you have to deal with some very frustrating situations like lots of critters that want to destroy your garden or livestock. Some you expect, some you don’t!
In this episode, I had two projects I worked on. The first was a simple modification to the rabbit tractors. The second – a biggy! Then…the homestead is being invaded!!! What and see what it was.
We’ve had a bunch of storms lately here in northern Alabama. We’ve also had a lot of coyotes hanging around. We discovered something cool in the pasture, and then it was off to Franklin, Tennessee for the Great American Farm Tour with the Rhodes family.
Sometimes taking the steps to keep your chickens safe includes a “haircut” of sorts. Learn how to clip a chicken’s wings. This morning as I did my chores here on the homestead, I glanced over at the chickens and notice something amiss. Two of my younger hens were up on top of the run. Moments…
In the garden, I am using something unusual as a mulch: Crimson Clover. See how this experiment is going and how I am using the plant as a living mulch.
We had to take measures to protect our hens from some brutal roosters.