As some of you may know, Corey (aka Farmer) works for Va Tech as a Cooperative Extension Agent. He educates both farmers and homesteaders, specializing in livestock and small ruminants. This is an ... Read More about Homesteading in Winter: Caring for Livestock in Extreme Cold Weather
Melaleuca essential oil or tea tree oil is quickly becoming one of my all around favorite essential oils for cracked heels, as well as, other DIY skincare projects due to its versatility. It’s best ... Read More about Essential Oils for Cracked Heels: DIY Melaleuca Foot Balm
Are you looking to make additional income from your homestead? Of all the livestock we raise, making money with chickens may be the most efficient income generated per square foot. Ever since ... Read More about 9 Ways to Make Money with Chickens
A couple of weeks ago, I was struggling with chronic nausea and an upset stomach. The doctor recommended that I give my stomach a break and that meant no coffee for a couple of days. I know, ... Read More about How to Make Ginger Tea for Nausea
My family are big time pancake eaters. Ugh! And I am not. I am always looking for new ideas where eggs and sausage can be in the spotlight. And this time I knocked out of the park. [insert ... Read More about Sausage Potato Hash
We raise both sheep and Boer goats on our farm. As a matter of fact, we bought our first sheep 30 years ago. The reason I remember the exact summer is because we used the money we received as ... Read More about Buying Sheep: When is the Best Time?