Comfrey is a great plant to grow in your garden. It can be used many ways on the homestead. Today I shared what comfrey is used for, what I personally use it for, and how to grow it. Also- how to make Comfrey Tea for your garden!
Pasty Butt is something that can go straight from yucky to deadly in no time at all. This article discusses what “pasty butt” is, why it is dangerous, and things you can do to help out your chicks.
Getting started raising chicks doesn’t have to be a daunting task.
With a few basic supplies, you’ll be able to successfully bring up healthy, happy chickens.
Why do chickens lay different colored eggs? Learn the simple reason for different colors in the egg basket.
Chickens 101: What does it mean when someone talks about the “bloom” or “cuticle” of an egg? What is it, and what is its purpose?
When and How to Plant ALL the Seeds for your Garden
How to use a soil blocking tool for starting your seeds for your garden.
Save money in the garden by making your own DIY Seed Starter Soil
Tips and tricks for dealing with an aggressive rooster on your homestead or small farm.
What are Tomato Hornworms?! Find out what they are and how to get them out of your garden.
How to Build an A-Frame Chicken Coop a.k.a The Movable “Chicken Sled” – Get FREE Plans for this easy to build coop below!
Today I shared a surprising way that I learned to keep flies away from the chicken coop. It’s easy, and to my great shock, it actually seemed to work!
You can get rid of ants naturally from your home by following these simple steps. Get the ants out of your pantry, once and for all – without poisons!
Learn about the importance of “hardening off” your plants, what it is and how to do it.
Simple recipes for making your own “insecticide” at home from natural, non-toxic ingredients.
Pineapple sage is a beautiful, late summer flower with a surprise.
A simple yet priceless tool for putting in a nice, tight fence. So easy, you might even call it a “hack.”
Tips on planting and growing your own potatoes.
Tips for what you should and shouldn’t do to keeping your chickens safe and comfortable all winter long.