Latest on Vesterbrook Farm and the issues that those around them using herbicides caused for their organic farm.
If you would like to help Mike Brabo and Vesterbrook farm you can do so here: Help Vesterbrook Farm Recover - see video below or at link
If you want copies of Joel Salatin’s books on Kindle now is a good time as the prices are really good but not sure how long these prices are for but as of March 19th, 2018 the prices are still good.
Some hard words but when it comes down to it so often very true: Hard Men in a World of Softness
Good article on climate change from the UrbanFarmer: The Three Most Terrifying Parts About Climate Change Have Nothing to Do With Climate
A danger with many that farm or homestead is to do so at the expense of their marriage but this does not need to be so: Want to be a Good Farmer? Invest in Your Marriage
A look at technology and staying human
How much hay do you need for your milk cow? Scott shares his thoughts on this. Also, if you have a cow you might want to utilize Scott’s wealth of knowledge on the subject and use his new Family Cow Consulting Services. Considering the investment you have in your caw his fees are very small.
Looks like an interesting idea: Steward – A CrowdFarming Platform. Need to look into it more to see who is behind this.
Not sure this should be a surprise – if there is money to be had Big Business will be there. Either to profit directly or to help the endeavor to go under and profit from the fall out
Noah Sanders at Redeeming the Dirt looks at Cultivating Wisdom - Speaking of Noah, if you have not gotten a copy or read his book Born Again Dirt you should. You can get a free chapter to read. Also, check out the Redeeming the Dirt YouTube Channel
As this was shared in the last month I figured I would link to it here as well. Some time ago I did a sermon on Christian Agrarianism and Scott Terry hosted it on his site here: God’s Call to the Land
Vesterbrook Farm Fundraiser
Edwardian Farm Episode 12
Balancing Money and Ministry at the Farmer’s Market
Using Pigs to Improve your Pasture