Runner’s Story

Runner's Story | I woke up on the big day -- the day devoted to butchering our first rooster, Runner -- to the sound of squawking guineas and roosters crowing. I had imagined this day over and over again in my thoughts but I didn't know how it would go. How would I feel? Would I be able to participate? | GNOWFGLINS.com

I woke up on the big day — the day devoted to butchering our first rooster, Runner — to the sound of squawking guineas and roosters crowing. I had imagined this day over and over again in my thoughts but I didn’t know how it would go. How would I feel? Would I be able to participate? [by Tracey Vierra]

KYF #085: More Urban Farming with Greg Peterson (plus free webinar)

More Urban Farming with Greg Peterson (plus free webinar) | One of our most popular guests, Greg Peterson is back for the third time. He's been inspiring others and practicing urban farming on his 1/3 acre city lot for 25 years. We're talking more about The Urban Farm (his home), the concepts of "food miles" and seasonal eating, plus he is inviting you to a free webinar on urban farming. | KnowYourFoodPodcast.com/85

One of our most popular guests, Greg Peterson is back for the third time. He’s been inspiring others and practicing urban farming on his 1/3 acre city lot for 25 years. We’re talking more about The Urban Farm (his home), the concepts of “food miles” and seasonal eating, plus he is inviting you to a free webinar on urban farming. [by Wardee Harmon]

Local Food 101: Sheep and Goats

Local Food 101: Sheep and Goats | How can you know if a particular food source is a wise and healthy choice? You start by talking to the farmer who produces it, asking questions that pertain to the type of food you're buying. In this post, we'll discuss sheep and goats, including processing options and how to find good recipes. Use these questions when approaching your local farmer or source. | GNOWFGLINS.com

How can you know if a particular food source is a wise and healthy choice? You start by talking to the farmer who produces it, asking questions that pertain to the type of food you’re buying. In this post, we’ll discuss sheep and goats, including processing options and how to find good recipes. Use these questions when approaching your local farmer or source. [by Jenny Cutler]

Book Review: The Accessible Pet, Equine, and Livestock Herbal

Book Review | I had mentioned "The Accessible Pet, Equine, and Livestock Herbal: Choosing Abundant Wellness for Your Creatures" by Katherine A. Drovdahl, and now that I have it, I've read it and re-read it and I keep it close at hand! I refer to it when treating an issue in one of my animals, when giving advice on how to treat animals, and even when we humans have an ailment that requires herbal healing. I recommend it, and here's why. | GNOWFGLINS.com

I have mentioned “The Accessible Pet, Equine, and Livestock Herbal: Choosing Abundant Wellness for Your Creatures” by Katherine A. Drovdahl, and now that I have it, I’ve read it and re-read it and I keep it close at hand! I refer to it when treating an issue in one of my animals, when giving advice on how to treat animals, and even when we humans have an ailment that requires herbal healing. I recommend it, and here’s why. [by Lindsey Proctor]

KYF #078: Joel Salatin and Polyface Farms, Part 2

KYF #078: Joel Salatin and Polyface Farms, Part 2 | What should we be doing in our backyards? How does one cultivate "out-of-the-box" thinking? I'm thrilled to share this conversation about food, farming, and getting back in the kitchen -- with Joel Salatin, self-proclaimed "Christian, libertarian, environmentalist, capitalist, lunatic Farmer". Plus... the tip of the week! This is part 2 of 2. | KnowYourFoodPodcast.com/78

What should we be doing in our backyards? How does one cultivate “out-of-the-box” thinking? I’m thrilled to share this conversation about food, farming, and getting back in the kitchen — with Joel Salatin, self-proclaimed “Christian, libertarian, environmentalist, capitalist, lunatic Farmer”. Plus… the tip of the week! This is part 2 of 2. [by Wardee Harmon]