As previously mentioned – this is a last ditch effort to see if we can save the very neglected and badly planned strawberry garden. We already knew we lost over half the plants in between planting and year two- pretty disappointing. Last year we weeded them out – once- and it just wasn’t enough toContinue reading “Operation SOS – Save our Strawberries: Part 1”
Better late then never- and hey, I’m actually ahead of where I was last year! Also – Happy April! Once again- I’ll be treating this as a list of goals and a general update on the farm because multitasking. In fact I’m cooking pasta as I write this. It’s bound to explode in my face.Continue reading “2021 Goals!”
Let me start this blog out with a long drawn out, slightly hysterical bout of laughter Ahahahahhahbahaahbahahahahaahaaaaa 2020 was NOTHING like what we expected it to be- so much so that the reverberations can still be felt. So without further ado- our updated goal list for 2020- what the heck did we actually get doneContinue reading “2020 Goals: Updated”
The spring of 2020 was INSANE, I think we can all agree. And in this blog I’m going to ruminate over pigs and what the heck happened last year. I don’t know about what other homesteaders went thru in their respective areas, but holy smokes. Piglets were a hot commodity – for a few reasons.Continue reading “Should We Start Breeding Pigs- The Why & The How”
We have been toying with the possibly of ducks joining our homestead- it’s always been a thing we briefly talk about, every year standing over the little quackers in the farm stores. This year the discussion has been popping up more frequently with us leaning more and more towards yes. Here are my reasons whyContinue reading “My Homestead: Why We Are Discussing Ducks”
A comprehensive Pro vs Con list of whether or not incubating eggs is right for our homestead.
How To: Make Slime!
3 Simple Recipes and 5 Tips For Slime Making Success.
How I plan to reduce my carbon footprint and reclaim my wardrobe.
The first step in branding our small business