All of the foods chicken can and can’t eat on this list are a result of years of experience keeping chickens on our homestead.
There are two simple DIY mosquito traps you can make at home that work. Both require ingredients you probably already have on hand.
You can preserve low moisture foods with the dry canning method. Learn more about how to dry can food with these tips.
Cream of tartar is a handy spice to have around the house for many reasons. You can clean things, make slime, and improve your health.
While there are many different ways to go off-grid, leaving the grid requires a genuine transition and a lot of hard work.
Paper egg cartons are great for starting seeds indoors. They’re practically free, they’re the right size, and the carton is biodegradable.
If you don’t want to use chemicals to kill flies, then try some of these natural fly traps and fly repellents instead.
This is a fairly comprehensive guide to getting started with ducklings and should give you all the basics you need for success.
Making your own homemade bread crumbs is super easy and allows you to create the style or version that fits your family best.
Chicken brooding, whether it naturally occurs or is helped along by human hands, can be an incredibly exciting and rewarding process.