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Wondering how to butcher a pig? You don't have to send your homegrown pork away for processing - you can do it right on your farm!
A delicious cinnamon and brown sugar bread named Amish Cinnamon Flop Bread — a name that most certainly does not describe it well. (Hint: It is NOT a flop.)
Ever wanted to make homemade noodles from scratch, but thought it was too hard? Pshaw. You can totally do this. It only takes four ingredients!

Fresh Farmish Post

 

Interested in learning how to turn your pork into ham? Let me share with you how we brine a ham (or wet-cure a ham) here at our farm.

Homestead Hints

 

Considering life as a homesteader? Check out these 10 types of people who may struggle with homesteading or have issues dealing with the homesteading life.

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Garden Goodies

 

Staring at a plethora of green tomatoes? I'm here to tell you that you've got two options for how to deal: grab a paper bag...or a frying pan.

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Barn Buzz

 

Should you help a chick hatch, or are you doing more harm than good? Should you let nature take its course? Here are my thoughts on the matter.
I'm often asked how I keep chickens water from freezing in the winter here at our Minnesota homestead. Here's my answer. Warning: it's not fancy. At all.

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Kitchen Kan-Do

 

Interested in learning how to turn your pork into ham? Let me share with you how we brine a ham (or wet-cure a ham) here at our farm.
Rendering lard isn't complicated. Here are two ways that we render lard, along with ideas on what to use your lard for after you make it!
Here are my five go-to homemade bread recipes: they taste good, they're easy, and they don't take all day. Check to see if they will be your favorite, too!

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