When everything goes wrong, bake a pie

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Yesterday, Will was clearing an old pile of rotted logging debris out in the brush, up by the mobile home for a farm implement/assorted stuff parking area. We wanted it out of sight as...

It may be mid winter, but it’s garden planning time here!

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You may think I'm nuts, but I'm planning my next gardens right now, at -14 degrees, with a foot of snow on the ground. As it's cool in our greenhouse, I have to start...

With a tractor to help, our compost pile gets serious!

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From a modest compost pile a few feet high and about 10 feet in diameter, we now have a compost pile thirty feet long and about five feet high...thanks to our wonderful mule, Domino,...

Q and A: getting a steer ready to butcher, storing ketchup, hulless seeds

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Getting a steer ready to butcher We are raising our first grass-fed steer. It is a White Face Hereford. We fed it pasture all last summer and hay thru the winter months since there is...

Q and A: Planting beans late, Canning meat, and Canning vegetable soup

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Planting beans late I have some room in my garden due to harvesting my beets. I'd like to plant dry beans; jacob's cattle, etc. It is July 21 here in Central Missouri and I'd like...