Do you cook for your chickens? Or do you just feed them scratch, kitchen scraps, and some seeds every now and again?
My final list is as follows:
– Homemade ketchup cooked, canned & frozen
– Started the process of making
On April 26, we added three new breeds of chickens to our homestead. We obtained four silkies, two silver laced wyandottes,
…and we are BUSY here on the little farmstead.
I just returned from a nearly 3 week jaunt, out of town for work.
This blog post was prompted by a conversation with my mother about how much she had to pay for a head of cauliflower at
Well…it’s happened, and of course I’m out of town.
Our quail finally laid an egg!!
We have kept quail
I travel for my job, a LOT. My heavy travel schedule often prevents me from cooking and eating how I prefer. More often
Today I found myself reminiscing on my veg experiment. About a year ago, I had finished reading The Omnivore’s Dilemma,
For as long as I can remember, my parents and grandparents have kept a compost pile/bin/hole. We would throw in anything
I frequently keep an Amazon wishlist so that when people feel the need to get me something (ie. grandparents on Christmas),