When I moved to the farm, one of the first things I wanted were chickens. Nothing tastes better than farm fresh eggs. Since I have just a few layers, I wanted to know how to increase egg production. There are a few ways you can guarantee to maximize your hens laying potential. Let me teach […]
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As soon as I bought the farm, I wanted to have goats. Most importantly, I wanted to make homemade cheese, soaps and lotions! Since starting my goat milk product journey, one of the favorite things I’ve learned is how to make soap with goats milk. Did you know, most products in today’s market are considered
So you want baby goats? Learn all you need to know about bottle feeding baby goats and make sure your new kids thrive!
Ever since we bought goats, I’ve been wanting to make goat milk lotion! Since having our baby goats on the farm, I finally have been able to milk my girls and start working on the perfect goat milk lotion recipe. After much trial and error, I think I’ve concocted the best homemade goat milk lotion
So you want to raise baby chicks for your own homestead? Follow this simple guide for everything you need to have before you get your chicks.
Having trouble getting your horse to take medicine? This easy recipe for horse pill pockets will have even your pickiest eater wanting more!
As the warm weather moves in, so do the bugs. If you own livestock or spend time outside, you know how irritating these little pests can be to animals and humans alike. While fly spray or can be helpful, these topicals can come with a hefty price tag and a long list of toxic chemicals.
Did you know a group of goats is called a trip? Me either… but you know what – my new goats are a trip! Mom has always wanted goats – since forever. When we moved to the farm, one of the first things I worked on was finding goats that would make a great addition
Since I was a little girl, I’ve always dreamed of living on a farm. I have had horses most my life, and the goal was always to get to a place where I could move them home. Living on a farm was the ultimate “I’ve made it” goal. I swear I come by the farmhouse
Semi-hydroponics – or “semi-hydro” – is growing plants without the use of organic soil medium. Typically, LECA (lightweight expandable clay aggregate) is the preferred growing medium for this type of setup. It is rather easy to convert plants to LECA or a semi-hydroponic system, and many plants tolerate the conversion surprisingly well. I actually started