The benefits of goats are many, from milk to meat to manure to brush-clearing.
Tomatoes are a homestead staple. Their bright red fruit and distinctive smell are the truest signs of summer.
We multi-sow our onions to save on space.
Chickens are a low maintenance yet essential part of our farm, providing eggs, meat, manure and brush-clearing.
Being a grass, wheat can be sown and effectively left to do its own thing — even in poor soil and/or inclement weather.
A moreish savory side, traditionally served with a Sunday Roast.
A simple and healthy homegrown tomato soup recipe.
These perfectly crispy roasties will have you picking the tray clean.
If stored correctly, carrot seeds can remain viable for up to 3 years.
I bet we get through thousands of the things over the course of a year — carrots are a homestead essential.