Friday, December 3, 2021

Raised beds benefit gardeners by addressing poor soil conditions, allowing them to grow plants in unconventional places and making gardens more accessible.
trench composting

Farmers with an abundance of manure, animal bedding and plant material to dispose of can use trench composting to create a high-volume of rich organic matter for fields and gardens.
herb collage

Drying, freezing and creating herb infused oils are 3 preservation methods that stock your kitchen cupboard with a taste of summer for dishes year-round, and also make great gifts from the garden.
Carrots

Fall is the time to store the food that's taken all year to produce. Indoor, in-place and buried container food storage systems are practical and affordable alternatives to the traditional root cellar.
Soybean Council

The Ohio Farm Bureau Federation’s annual Young Agricultural Professionals Winter Leadership Experience will take place February 3-4, in Columbus, Ohio.
salad

What do you need to do before selling farm products at restaurants and grocery stores? Here's all the information you need to enter retail markets.
tomatoes

These homestead crops are nutritious, dependable, high-yielding and hearty.
goats on pasture

FAMACHA scoring is used to identify risk of barber pole worm infestation in small ruminants. It is an effective, easy-to-use tool everyone from backyard hobbyists to large-scale producers can use on the farm.
essential oils

Essential oils contain all the organic compounds, elements and constituents from the plant which they are derived. Their powerful properties have been used in natural health and healing for centuries.
children

A time-flow sheet, turning busyness into bonding and support from family and friends can help you find balance in work and life on the farm.