Check out the video where I talk about how we raise our chickens, and get a chance to name our ducks! https://youtu.be/857T0goDqVQ Don't forget to subscribe to the blog to receive email updates and check out our Patreon for exclusive content!! Thanks for your support!
How has the pandemic effected the livestock industry and how can we prevent these effects in the future? Find out when I interviewed a University of Kentucky extension agent, Corinne Belton.
This was an introduction blog I made for my Patreon subscribers last week! I hope you enjoy it! I probably should have made this the new first transition blog, but I didn't consider it until now, so here you go! I want to thank each and every one of you for supporting me through this … Continue reading Nerding out with Agroecology
We Do not have an HVAC system. This was a decision we made early on ....
The first few exclusive Patreon posts will be shared for everyone to view. If you enjoy these posts and videos become an exclusive content Patreon member! Enjoy watching my first solo hive check! Thank you for your support! https://youtu.be/Xr-urQ2cT2E
One of the most frequent questions I come across is how to prevent insects from demolishing your garden. The answer is both extremely complex and incredibly easy. The first step is always to check your soil health. What color is your soil? Is your soil healthy enough to sustain worms? Do you have an active … Continue reading Companion planting with a purpose
A few days ago I mentioned we would be making some changes to the way we run our blog. These changes have arrived! We have upgraded the blog to include a Patreon subscription! Don't worry, you will still have access to our blog posts. However, starting Monday all Patreon subscribers will have early access to … Continue reading Changes to the Blog!!
I am somehow equally afraid of success as I am of failure. I am afraid that if I fail everything I believe about myself is true. I am afraid of success because it is an unknown. If I succeed I have no idea what my life will look like. The feeling is much like diving … Continue reading Of books and fears
This year we officially passed a milestone we have been working towards the entire time we have owned the property. We have observed our very first Monarch caterpillar. Since purchasing the property we have been working to propagate pollinator friendly wildflowers, preferably native ones. While a portion of this is due to our honeybees, the … Continue reading The Joys of Milkweed
Salutations my wonderful readers. Today I want talk about something important in my life that we really haven't talked about yet, and that I think many of you would benefit from. That topic is mental health. Right now, and for the past five months, we all have been battling how to handle this pandemic. This … Continue reading When times get tough