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I haven't tried it yet, but I have heard that homemade rhubarb wine is one of the best! I will try it when my plants are ready, but I have to wait a year
What would be the balance just using horse manure and grass clippings? **** Jackie, you ask about working out the calculations of carbon to nitrogen ratios
A book review on The Fresh Girl's Guide to Easy Canning and Preserving. It's easy to follow with delicious, straight forward recipes.
How to roast coffee beans in 4 easy steps. All you need is a popcorn popper as a coffee roaster and a bag of green coffee beans.
This is my first experience with cows calving. I bought two bred dexters last fall and one 5 month old. I'm so happy that I chose dexter's. Lucky for
Sometimes, as your looking up at the sky, watching the clouds change into something different as they move around. One could look like a bear or maybe
A gentleman's man, located in beautiful Ashland County. We specialize in beef and crop production. But our pride so far has been on raising babies.
I will be growing my first favas this year in Zone 5b. I looked at many packages and was concerned I was already too late - the package said to plant in
We had a family business for 25 years caponizing chickens. Rhodes Started Capons. One person put the chick on a board so that it was stretched out, while
I had a premature lamb and although it was 60 degrees outside because he had a hard time feeding he could not hold his heat, a lamb should be at least
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