Category: Farm Life

2019 Shearing Day

One of our most anticipated days of the year is shearing day and that day finally came for us during the first weekend in June! We spend all year working very hard to keep our flock happy and healthy so that the fleece we…

Homeschool Crafts – Mycenaean Helmet

History has always been one of those subjects that can be a challenge to teach people of just about any age. Memorizing facts and dates about people groups that are long gone and seem to have little bearing on the present is difficult, especially…

What did one raindrop say to the other?

I realize that complaining about the weather can quickly become rather cliche’, but I happen to like a good cliche’ from time to time. It does seem almost strange to be grumbling about rain here in Central Texas considering the 5 year drought we…

Our 2019 Gardens

We had big BIG plans and hopes for our gardening endeavors in 2018. We constructed a 30 foot by 50 foot perimeter fence and I set to work clearing and preparing large beds. Everything was going splendidly until the Bermuda grass decided it was…

Handmade Wooden Sheep On Sale Now

You can definitely tell when Springtime has arrived for many homestead bloggers! As the landscape turns from brown to green, the pace of work on the farm speeds up very quickly. For many of us this means far less time is available to sit…

Meet the Sheep

The past few weeks on the farm have been incredibly busy! It is no easy task to fence in roughly 3.2 acres, but with the help of our oldest son we were able to finish it a week or two earlier than we expected….

The Seymour Auger Post Hole Digger Review

If there was ever one tool I could not do without on the farm it would easily be this little workhorse. I couldn’t even begin to determine just how much fence I have installed since moving onto the farm. With each new year comes…

Pasture Management Project

It is hard to believe that this coming Easter will mark three full years living on our farm! One of the very first tasks we set our hands to here was fencing in some of the open hay field/pasture in order to welcome our…

Cutting the cord – living without television

Homesteading is more about what you do than it is about where you are. When it comes to making entertainment choices, many people in the homestead community choose to either go without television completely or at least drastically reduce their consumption of it. The…

Homesteading 101 – Buying Land

Escaping from the big city is a dream that many of us have and one that we have been very fortunate to achieve. Buying land for your homesteading dream may be either far off, or very near. In either case, here are some helpful…

Sheepy Hollow Farm

Home to Wooly Tyme Shetlands & Kids Play Dairy Goats

Shepherd Life

Raising Rare Soay Sheep in Central Kentucky

Poultry & Pencils

life from the eyes of a sixteen year old chicken farmer

Crockern Farm

The evolution of an old farmhouse, an American woman, an Englishman and their dogs.

quarteracrelifestyle

The "Good Life" on a quarter acre, frugal living

The Homestead Gardener

Thoughts on Home, Garden, and Yard

Planning an Ozark Homestead

Everything Food, Faith, Family, and Farm

WhirldWorks Farm

A small homestead and sheep farm in Central Texas

Wholly Holy Living

Honoring God in all we do on the Homestead

Willow Creek Farm

High Altitude Homesteading

homesteaddad

My adventures in homesteading with my family

Write Time Wordservices

Effective, affordable copywriting and content creation

willsfamilyacres

Farm to Table in Austin, TX

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