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best farm soil test kit

Which Is The Best Farm Soil Test Kit?

Testing soil is a great way to work out what is the best thing to plant on your farm, and what you might potentially need to supplement your soil with. Having healthy soil is the key to growing good, strong, healthy crops that can turn you a great profit. If you already know what your … Read more

What is the Difference Between Farmed and Wild Rabbit

How To Cook A Farm-Raised Rabbit?

Whether you call it hasenpfeffer or just plain old “rabbit”, it’s important for any farmer to know how to cook a farm-raised rabbit. When cooked properly, they’re absolutely delicious – and offer more bang for your buck than any other type of meat.  What is the Difference Between Farmed and Wild Rabbit? There are lots … Read more

Can You Cook Fresh Turkey

How To Cook A Farm Fresh Turkey?

There’s nothing better than being able to enjoy the fruits of your labor when you’re raising poultry – and for some farmers, knowing how to cook a farm-fresh turkey is the most complicated step in the entire process! Fortunately, these tips will walk you through every step for a truly delicious meal.  Can You Cook … Read more

how to amend clay soil in farm

How To Amend Clay Soil In Farm Ground?

If you’re wondering how to amend clay soil in farm ground, you aren’t alone. Clay soil offers a myriad of benefits to farmers but also poses some unique challenges. Here are some tips to help you deal with it. What Does Good Farm Soil Contain? Good farm soil contains a combination of great texture, adequate … Read more

what do ranchers wear in the summer

What Do Ranchers Wear?

If you’re going to be a real cowboy, you’ve got to look the part. What do ranchers wear? Often, it comes down to whatever the day’s chores dictate is necessary! Here are a few tips. What Clothes Do Ranchers Wear? For as long as we can remember, the rancher lifestyle has been described as exciting, … Read more

What Happens When a Horse Passes Away

What Do Ranchers Do When A Horse Dies?

Chances are, you’ve given some thought to your own end-of-life circumstances, from where you will be buried to what will happen logistically after your death. However, what do ranchers do when a horse dies? In this post, we’ll walk you through some of the most common scenarios so that you can be prepared for this … Read more

why do farmers harvest at night

Why Do Farmers Work At Night?

It’s no secret that farmers are some of the first people to rise in the morning, but you might be wondering, “why do farmers work at night?” While night work is certainly not as common as early morning laboring, farm work doesn’t end just because the sun has set. Why Do Some Farmers Work At … Read more

what is pine pollen good for

How To Use Pine Pollen?

Pine pollen can be used as an ingredient in baked goods or as a health supplement. It can be harvested in spring when the male pine tree catkins shed their bright yellow pollen. Some of the health claims made about pine pollen include increasing testosterone levels and anti-aging. This article will look at how to … Read more

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How To Find Pawpaw Trees?

The Pawpaw is the largest edible fruit native to North America. It is a taste sensation with tropical fruit flavors reminiscent of banana, papaya, mango, and pineapple. You may well wonder why it doesn’t appear on the shelves at your local grocery store; quite simply, its shelf life is too short, and the fruits bruise … Read more

Where do Elderberries Grow Naturally

How To Find Elderberry Bushes?

I have been a massive advocate of the humble elderberry for many years, never suffering from flu while taking it each winter. American elderberry grows easily in many parts of North America and Canada, while European elderberry is common across much of Europe. In this article, we will see how to find elderberry bushes and … Read more

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