Selling honey can be a wonderful way to increase you homestead income. Learn what you need to know about setting your honey price, labeling, and marketing. … Read More
I find Suffolk sheep fleece to be highly useful, quite springy, having a good hand, moderate lanolin, and excellent crimp. … Read More
When planning your DIY fence installation always remember: A good fence should be horse high, bull strong and hog tight—and for goats, water tight as well. … Read More
Wise flockmasters raising sheep for profit should therefore have certain supplies on hand at all times to cover the most common lambing problems that cause the greatest losses each year. … Read More
With so much talk about chicken illnesses this year, it’s good to know what a sick chicken looks like, so we can try to help our feathered pets feel better … 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
“Most manuals include the Orpington as a friendly chicken that works well in a backyard and in a family setting with children. I agree with that since my first Buff … Read More
In this article, you’ll learn how to make goat milk soap without handling lye. You’ll learn step-by-step how to do it, what to buy, and where to buy it! … 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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