At Home in Nature -
Tuesday April 05, 2011 - By Mary
Tillage without machine operated or animal-operated tools can be difficult. These tools can be very expensive, and the machines and draft animals that are used with them can be more so. Yet with some home-made tools, a farmer or gardener can...
Dark Water Ranch -
Tuesday March 01, 2011 - By shepherd
We are saving some fuel, hard work and time by having a couple of the medium size pigs plow up part of the garden area. Sounds good huh? Well, for the most part it works just fine, they do a good job on grass and weeds, including roots. They hate onion...
Double Oak Farm -
Friday April 03, 2009 - By Lori
Our poor blog has been suffering from serious neglect, but the
gardens have not. Spring is finally here and there is plenty of work to
The first round of weeding has been done as well as final pruning
and trellising. The garden has been...
Hurricane Farm -
Monday March 02, 2009 - By Chris
It's another snow day here in New England. We have about 8-10 inches with another few on the way. Luckily, I spent some time working on the tractor yesterday. It's a 1963 Farmall Cub, by the way.
Last month, I ordered a plow extension...