Tired of only having fresh produce during the growing season? Here are more than 18 plants to grow inside during the winter for fresh food all year long!
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Do you have a garden full of dill? Learn how to dry dill so you can enjoy that great dill taste in dishes and meals all year long!
Are you ready to stop buying premade mixes and starting making your own? Here’s how to make homemade pumpkin pie spice for a fraction of the cost!
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Are internal parasites or worms a problem in your goat herd? Learn how to prevent worms in your goats naturally using herbs!
Ready to try growing root vegetables? Learn how to grow carrots from seed in your vegetable garden for a continual harvest all year long!
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Are you getting ready to bring home your first day-old chicks? Learn how to set up a brooder box for your chicks to live in the first few weeks!
So you love summer squash- either to grow or eat? Try out one of these 8 types of summer squash- from bush marrow to zucchini!
Do you have a garden full of oregano? Learn how to dry oregano so you can enjoy that great oregano taste in dishes and meals all year long!
Winter squash is a great garden crop that gives you a big harvest and a lot of calories. Learn how to preserve winter squash and pumpkins for later use!
Summer squash is a great crop that gives you a big harvest in a short period of time. Learn 6 ways to preserve summer squash to save your harvest for later!
Green beans are a great crop that can give you a big harvest in a small space. Learn all the ways you can preserve green beans to enjoy all year long!
Edible weeds are a great way to increase the foods you grow- and consume- without any additional work on your part. Here’s a list of 15 edible weeds to try!
Do you have a large crop of tomatoes in the garden? Try some of these ideas to preserve tomatoes and replace your store bought items with homemade ones!
Want to replace triple antibiotic ointment with a natural alternative? Learn how to make an herbal healing salve with calendula, lavender, and other herbs!
Are you ready to plant your crops in the garden? Learn how to harden off plants before transplanting them to ensure a healthy transition to ouside life.
Are caterpillars eating all your tomatoes? Learn how to get rid of tomato hornworms in your organic vegetable garden with out using any chemicals!
Are you a beginning gardener? Here are 11 gardening mistakes commonly made by beginners- so you can avoid them and grow a better garden!
Strawberry season can provide a lot of berries in a very short period of time. Learn how to preserve strawberries to enjoy all year long.
Is your garden overrun with pests? Learn about 9 beneficial insects for pest control plus how to attract them to your garden!
Infusing calendula into oil is a great way harness some of the healing properties of calendula. Learn how to make your own calendula infused oil!
Flea beetles are a garden pest that affects crops such as eggplant and brassicas. Here’s how to control and get rid of flea beetles naturally!
Using trap crops is a great, natural way to reduce pest. Learn how to use trap crops as part of your companion planting plan in your garden this year.
You can make your own floral jelly using blooms from around your yard. Learn how to make redbud jelly, including canning instructions.
Herbs are sometimes overlooked in the vegetable garden, but learning to companion plant with herbs can help you reduce pests and get a better harvest!
If you want control of your food security, your garden should fill all your calorie needs. Here are 5 calorie crops everyone needs in their survival garden.
Flowers are a great addition to any garden. Here are the top flowers for your vegetable garden to get all the benefits of planting flowers with your crops.
Are potato beetles destroying your garden crops? Here’s how to get rid of potato beetles naturally in your organic garden without using chemicals!
Want to grow your own food, but don’t have any land? Here are 21 different crops you can grow in containers so you can garden no matter where you live!
Okra is a staple in many southern gardens. Learn how to grow okra in your garden, including seed starting, care, and harvest instructions!
Canning peaches is a great way to preserve the summer harvest. Learn how to can peaches in juice to enjoy that taste of summer all year long.
Do you grow okra in your garden and need a way to preserve it? Learn how to dehydrate okra to preserve it so that it lasts all year long!
Do you have a milk stand for your goats? Whether you raise goats for milk, meat, or pets, learn how to use a milk stand to help you care for your goats!
If you have a sick goat showing neurological symptoms you might be dealing with goat polio. Learn more about goat polio and how to treat it successfully.
If you raise goats eventually you will deal with plant toxicity. Learn about poisonous plants for goats so you can prevent your goats from getting sick.
BoSe is a supplement given to goats to treat selenium & prevent deficiency. Learn the correct BoSe dosage for goats & how to give the supplement correctly.
Ivermectin is a medication given to goats to treat internal parasites. Learn the correct Ivermectin dosage for goats & how to give the medication correctly.
We all know and love our pumpkins and winter squashes, but what about gourds? Can you eat gourds or are they better off as a fall decoration only?
Okra is growing in popularity around the world both in gardens and it meals. But have you ever stopped to wonder: is okra a vegetable or is okra a fruit?
Have you considered growing peas in your garden? Learn how to grow peas from seed through harvest and try it out in your garden this spring!
Everyone has had chicken eggs, but what about duck eggs? Find out the real difference when it comes to duck eggs vs chicken eggs….
Do you love Mason jars? Check out these 10 Amazing DIY Mason Jar Lights to inspire you to add more mason jars to your farmhouse decor!
Coturnix quail are the perfect addition to the urban homestead! Learn how to raise these tiny birds for egg and meat in any location.
With all the choices, it can be hard to decide which of the farm fencing options best fit your needs. Get to 411 on all your options and make an informed decision.
Learn how to make your own homemade ketchup using fresh tomatoes from your garden-includes canning directions to preserve your ketchup up to a year!
Too much zucchini? Use up that extra summer squash by adding pineapple juice and your dehydrator and you have a delicious treat of pineapple zucchini!