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It’s been a hot and dry summer and that means keeping the homestead critters cool and comfortable.
One of the favorite ways our hens cool down is by enjoying watermelon….
Meet Parcha (means “passion flower or fruit”) a new addition to the homestead menagerie.
We got a call from a distraught family wanting to place…
Guess what? Far from being a silly rhyme-arific, for farming folks, there’s something to be had for clean chicken butts! A fluffy and…
The last 5 winters have been a dry one for Southern California. This winter we had a bit rain…
It’s always fun to have kids visit the homestead and learn about where their food comes from.
Chickens and ducks enjoy greens for breakfast. Nom Nom.
Are you thinking about raising chickens or ducks in your backyard? Then this class is for you! We’ll give…
Remember the dog that showed up one Sunday morning whilst the guys were working in the yard? He’s certainly made home for himself here at the homestead -…
The Cortunix quail have fit nicely into the homestead. They don’t require much space and eat considerably less than chickens…
We have new additions to the homestead menagerie–quail! A local lady who hatched them dropped them off yesterday evening. The…