The functioning of the wood-burning cook stove is really quite simple. They will last for generations with proper care, since there is so little that can go wrong with them. … Read More
Ever wanted to wake up late, with coffee brewing and the chickens out of their coop? This could be a reality with solar chicken coop lights and more. … Read More
A large part of raising wool animals is knowing what to feed sheep in order to obtain good quality wool. Feeding choices will vary from place to place. … Read More
Learning how to spin wool using a commercial mill is an option. When we first began raising fiber and wool animals, I had grand dreams of producing yarn myself. … Read More
After years of trying to outsmart raccoons and birds, we finally got around to designing and building planter boxes for our strawberries. … Read More
Needle felting is a way to make soft sculptured dolls and animals. The steps are easy. There are many different ways you can use wool to create felted projects. … Read More
The Cochin chicken, an Asiatic breed, is massive in appearance, with an extraordinary profusion of long, soft plumage and a great abundance of down fiber in the under-fluff. Promoted by … Read More
The Ancona duck is a two-toned duck breed that is an excellent layer and a hardy all-purpose duck that grows quickly. Promoted by Chubby Mealworms. … Read More
Olive Egger chickens are not a breed, per se, but a cross of two breeds — usually a blue egg layer and a dark brown egg layer. … Read More
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