You do a lot of things to make sure that you and your family stays safe in the winter, but what about your animals?
Should you panic? Probably not. As long as your chickens are healthy inside and out, they’re probably going through the molting process.
There is a whole wide world of cows and goats out there that are great for using for both milk and meat. These are
Chickens have a tough time when it gets hot. Here's what it’s going to take to keep your feathery ladies laying during summer!
Homestead chickens increase self-sufficiency especially when you choose breeds that are perfectly good for both meat and eggs.
The only way to truly know your meat is truly safe, is to slaughter it yourself. Here is how to butcher a cow to
Raising fish in tanks is a great way to diversify your dietary choices and work toward food independence. So here is how to start!
If you have cows or goats for milk, you’ve most likely ran into times when milk production goes down so here is how to
You should invest in food that is easy to grow and breed, and multiplies like rabbits! So, start with growing rabbits!
Are you raising chickens for eggs or meat? Choose one of these DIY projects and build a chicken coop perfect for your backyard.
Water is important for your chickens during winter. Make sure you keep your chicken’s water from freezing with these DIY projects.
Your homestead cows get stressed when it’s cold and they don’t produce much milk. This is how to boost them this winter!
Adding a rooster to your flock will bring you many advantages: you’ll have happier, safer hens and fertile eggs for hatching.
For many people, gardening & farming are related to spring and summer, but not for us. Here is how to grow your food during
Winter is a great time to start planning for what you need to do during spring, summer and fall to make your homestead successful.