Can anyone tell me how to make vinegar? Mom says Grandma used to make it from vinegar “mother.” Is the “mother” used as a starter of sorts?—Nancy Partridge, Cascade, Montana
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The many cattle breeds and types of cattle have a wide variety of characteristics that make them unique. Some are better suited to certain environments or management systems than others. … Read More
Breed choice is one of those topics that every chicken keeper has definite feelings about. Breed is just as important to consider as the location, style, and construction of your … Read More
If you want to avoid gardening catastrophes, you need to understand fertilizer numbers and how much fertilizer your plants actually need. … Read More
Installing electric fencing for horses is probably one of the smartest decisions we’ve made on our homestead. The heart of owning a horse 101 is fencing. … Read More
Originating in Australia, the Australorp chicken breed arrived in the 1920s in America and other parts of the world. They originated from Black Orpingtons. … Read More
The Rhode Island Red chicken originated on the East Coast in Massachusetts and Rhode Island. It’s one of America’s most celebrate heritage chicken breeds. … Read More
Sussex chickens are one of the oldest English breeds known, and originated, appropriately, in the County of Sussex around the turn of the 20th century, according to the American Standard … Read More
Leghorn chickens comprise a group characterized by great activity, hardiness & prolific egg-laying qualities. A good year would be 200-250 eggs per year. … Read More
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