Historic Land Preservation

Historic Land Preservation Our first touch of a little Historic Land Preservation on a job site a few days ago. The client was really an awesome character. I wasn’t exactly sure what he wanted. When we met and swapped a couple of stories along with his instructions of what he wanted we came to the […]

Tractor Grapple

Tractor Grapple Decisions on a tractor grapple. Do I need a grapple? Which one should I get? Bucket, Root, Rake, Rock etc. So many to choose from. Why I need a grapple. Tractor grapples or skid steer grapples are just different animals compared to the typical front end loader bucket that you have on your […]

3rd Function Hack

3rd Function Hack As much as we would love to have a 3rd function valve on our tractor we do not. Rather then spending the money we figure we could just add lines from the front to the rear remotes. Now we have a 3rd function hack. Now we can use grapples and other equipment […]

Do I need a hay ring?

Do I Need A Hay Ring? Do I need a hay ring? YES!!! Everyone has done the research that shows you will lose as much as 55% of the round bale with out doing any type of containment on it. I watched and / or read about one that lost as little as 5% +/- […]

How Much UTV do you need?

How Much UTV do you need? We tried to decide for a long time on our small farm what would we get? We had a four wheeler atv. The carb would gum up every time we turned around and that was so annoying. One day a guy said I’ll trade you my golf cart with […]

Organic Livestock? Is there a such thing?

Organic Livestock Wanted to share a video feeding our livestock produce. We give this to cows, chickens, pigs, etc. This is almost 100% all natural organic. Does this mean we have almost all natural organic livestock? I’m not sure if we do or not, but we are probably as close as possible. We have an […]

Chicken Wagon 1 update 1

We are making progress. We have built the storage area or possum belly on the trailer to hold the water barrels. When raising livestock you have to make sure they have plenty of fresh water. With two fifty five gallon drums for a total of a 110 gallons of water the animals should have more […]

Chicken Wagon / Egg Mobile

Everyone calls theirs an egg mobile. We like calling ours a Chicken Wagon!!! Why would you want to build such a contraption. There is so many benefits to having one of these. We have two big goals to accomplish by doing this and a few smaller ones. First and by far the most important is […]

New Born American Guinea Hogs

These piglets are less than two hours old in this video. They are some of the most docile, disease resistant, self sufficient, loveable, climate tolerant, do well on pasture, etc. pigs you will ever find. You couldn’t ask for a better pig on your homestead. If you have a homestead and are wanting to be […]

Watching the cows come home.

Here comes most of the herd. Some slow pokes didnt make the video. We enjoy watching the cows as much as the rest of the animals we have here on the farm. Our herd is grass fed and gets left over produce just like the rest of the animals. ¬†We try to make sure all […]