So there’s a lot happening around here. Chickens seem to being going through a small molt. Not fun because that means less eggs as they use energy to produce new feathers. We still have plenty of eggs but I don’t like the ratio we’re getting daily. I’ve increased their feed and added in some protein
If you think you’re going to try to garden and have 100% success, stop now. Just take a minute to understand something, gardening will contain failures, death of plants, bugs, diseases, and a lot of internet searching. Seriously. We’ve had two summer gardens here. The first one yielded some things but turned into a weed
If you’re following along, this series is some lessons we’ve learned along the way. You can read Part One and Part Two from previous posts. Today I’m sharing about seeds. For our 2017 summer garden, we started seeds probably a little too early. We still had great success with seeds though. We just started everything indoors
The post may contain affiliate links. Are you following along? You can see Part One : Getting Started and now we’re moving on to Equipment. I’ve shared about some of my Favorite Tools but there’s a few little things that can help. Some of these might seem silly but they work! Simple Tools
If you would have told me that I’d be growing plants, raising chickens, and all these things….I would have laughed in your face. But here I am! I never thought that I’d enjoy digging in the dirt. Every single day I can’t wait to get outside, lathered up in sunscreen, and play in the dirt.
We all know that seasons come and go and in the gardening life that means planning and preparing. So that’s what’s happening around here. A few weeks ago we got pumpkin seeds in the ground and they are already starting to vine! We’ve got some BIG ones, some variety of colors, and some miniature ones
There’s a million things that you can find to make life easier for farming/gardening/raising chickens. But most of us don’t have millions to spend on things that really make a difference. So here’s a look into my favorite things. Everyday I put on my apron. In the pockets of my apron are pruners, snips,
This post may contain affiliate links. Today’s the day! Amazon Prime members get to save even more. Here’s a few items that you may be interested in. I won’t lie…I’ve already scooped up a few things. Christmas is 6 months away but I’ve got a closet to hide gifts in. Good luck and happy shopping!
As an agriculture major, there’s a lot of things about current trends that irk me. Keywords and phrases are used without properly educating anyone on what they actually mean. Documentaries on the agricultural community don’t really help. I have watched a ton of Netflix documentaries and continue to get so angry because they are all