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Top Bar Beehives: The Best Beekeeping Method for Healthy Bees

Have you ever thought about keeping your own bees? More and more people are getting involved in this age old pastime. It may seem a little daunting at first: all the equipment, the timing of things, the worry about what is happening to the bee population in general. And of course the concern about getting […]

Is the Chicken Farming Business for You?

Are you thinking about raising chickens as a business? Or perhaps starting your own organic vegetable farm? Then you need to know about John Suscovich.  But let me tell you, if you get him talking about chickens and farming and such, you’ll quickly see his passion for where our food comes from and how we […]

The Pros and Cons of Raising Chickens (video)

Do you raise your own chickens? I’d be curious to know what got you started. If you don’t have your own hens but are thinking about it, you really have to weigh the pros and cons.  I have already written about a lot of the advantages of having your own personal egg laying team. (See […]

9 Reasons You Should Raise Your Own Organic Chickens

Back one summer when I was still in grade school, we went to visit my grandparents down in Breckenridge, Texas. They had some longtime family friends, Howard and Patricia Swanson, who lived on a cattle ranch not too far from town and we went for a visit one bright sunny morning. Now, I grew up […]