Add to Favorites By Dana Benner There is no shortage of tools needed to keep the homestead up and running. Recently, someone asked me what I thought were the top …Read More
Most of what it takes to become good country neighbors is little more than courtesy, patience, and a listening ear.Read More
There’s always something to be done or fixed on homesteads, it seems. Here are 4 simple homestead projects you can do in a weekend.Read More
Whether you’re raising meat rabbits or rabbits for show, rabbit farming changes seasonally. What works in summer may not work in winter.Read More
Winter bird feeding is a fun activity for the whole family to enjoy at a time of year when outdoor chores are at a minimum. It’s a great way to help nature and stay connected to the wild world around us.Read More
Hoof care is important any time of year, but particularly so in winter when conditions are the wettest and most worrisome.Read More
A mug cozy really does make an adorable gift—with built-in packaging! Learn how to make these cute gifts with this free pattern.Read More
An old-fashioned holiday tradition is to hang an evergreen wreath on your door to welcome family and friends.
Wreath making is quick and very inexpensive.
Learn how to make cute, personalized cross stitch Christmas decor and stocking tags.Read More
When you know how to crochet a scarf, you have the foundation of skills needed to create almost anything from yarn.Read More
What does “crochet” mean? Let’s start with the basics. Crochet is defined as the process of hooking thread or yarn to create fabric.Read More
Experimenting with different plant sources from nature can yield an amazing range of color when dyeing wool or cotton.Read More
Agritourism, while it sounds fancy, is not a new concept. Earning extra cash on your farm is possible with these agritourism ideas.Read More
Can inviting farm visitors fuel a successful money-making agriculture business? It’s called agritourism and yes, it can!Read More