The basic principles that mark the creation of a landrace are just as applicable to plants as to animals.
Learning to Use Your Multi-Cooker
Rest assured, once you actually start using the multi-cooker, you will be glad that you took the leap—every meal comes out a winner. Here are some easy ways to get started.
The male common goldeneye (Bucephala clangula) presents a very unusual appearance that is not readily forgotten.
Is Cattle Farming Profitable?
Is cattle farming profitable? Yes and no. Those who have made it commonly point to following 10 factors that set the successes apart from the failures.
25 Homesteading Hobbies
Life on a farm isn't all chores. Here are some new projects and hobbies you can tackle on those rainy days, snowy days, and Sundays.
Chicken Predators in Kansas: Foxes, Coyotes & Domestic Dogs
How to identify and prevent attacks on your chickens from foxes, coyotes, and domestic dogs in rural or urban areas.
While you can (and should) develop your own approach to tomato-growing, The Tomato will help you think through your method.
What is the Safest Cookware Material?
Many cookware materials leach either chemicals or metal, causing health issues over time. The good news is that a few materials stand out as viable options.
How to Prevent a Haké Brush from Shedding
A common complaint with haké brushes is that they shed prolifically, leaving hairs embedded in the painting. The good news is that the solution is quite simple.
Chicken Predators in Kansas: Bobcats & Domestic Cats
How to tell if a bobcat or domestic cat has visited your backyard chicken flock, and how to prevent future attacks.