Some gardeners have long growing seasons, some have short growing seasons. Some have great dirt and some have sand, clay and other types of challenges.
Fall is here and it is time to start new projects to prepare for winter. Here are some tips to help you get started on your homestead preparations.
Growing onions we have found can be a little tricky, but simple. We are always trying new ideas to make gardening a little simpler.
When it comes to feeding an animal there are many variations to decide the amount of feed to give them daily. Here are a few tips to think about when you are deciding how much to feed your goat.
Our experience Growing Garlic, we finally figured out a few secrets to growing garlic. This is not the first year we have planted garlic. Other years we have planted the little bulbs and then we were disappointed that it didn’t work very well. Needless to say, we were doing it all wrong. Read More …
In a restaurant in Idaho, we have enjoyed Raspberry Honey on a nice hot scone. Yum makes my mouth water just to think about it. I would have to say my favorite part is the Raspberry honey.
Cowboy’s waxed cotton ropes. When you are branding a large herd of cattle it takes every hand you can get, right down to the smallest buckaroo. For most ranch families, working cows means many long days of hard work.
Fall harvest is a busy time in the garden. Finally, the time has come for you to enjoy your labors of the spring and the summer, regardless, there is still a lot of work to be completed. You remember (more)
Potato harvest tips that make gardening easy. My favorite type of potato is the Red Pontiac. I have fond memories of my Grandparents growing the red potato. My Grandma would cook some of the best meals with their homegrown potatoes. Who could (more)
Have you ever received a gift from someone and every time you use it you think of that person? I love to receive these kinds of gifts. I really love to give gifts like that also.