Tag: animal husbandry
Did your hen lay a lash egg? This “egg” really isn’t an egg at all. Pam Freeman, Backyard Poultry editor, shares her insights on what it means when you encounter
You’ve made the successful move to your new homesteading land. The hardest part is behind you, but how are your animals coping?
As beginning poultry owners, we wanted the easiest option and our research kept suggested we start keeping ducks. Ducks are less prone to disease, more weather-hardy and easy(ish) to herd.
Countryside Magazine Contributor
There are numerous diaries that have been left behind by the folks who “traveled West” and the hardships of simple homesteading they endured.
Lemhi County’s homestead heritage hasn’t changed much in a century. The Old West town sprouted up to supply Leesburg mines. Salmon struggles to live on.
Self sufficient farm living means different things each homesteader. The first thing to come to mind for me is a manual kitchen tools list.
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