Looking to eat more locally? Making pasta at home is child's play! Join Kalle Brinnell, age 6, and her grandmother, Nancy Norton to transform local grain from 'berries' to flour and then on to pasta. The techniques can be used to produce a wide variety of pasta, with eggs or without, and just about any combination of grains. We will have manual and electric grain mills and pasta rollers and cutters. See More
This just came in my inbox -Wisconsin Dairy Sheep School to Launch in March at Spooner Agricultural Research StationMADISON, Wis. – With Wisconsin leading the nation with the number of dairy sheep farms and overall sheep milk production, the Dairy Business Innovation Center, the Spooner Agricultural Research Station, and the University of Wisconsin Cooperative Extension have teamed up to host the first Wisconsin Dairy Sheep School in March 2010.While Wisconsin produced more than 1 million…See More
"Muscovies - and they are very good at making more muscovies. However if you mate them with other breeds, you will get hybrid mules who cannot breed.
Turkeys include Royal Palm ( my avatar is Murphy, a RPT tom), Narragansett, Standard bronze and a…"
"Sheep fencing can run the gamut from panels to woven wire to 3-strand hot wire to portable electronet. IMO it all depends on how many you have, what the terrain is like, and your local predators.
This is a fencing vendor but they are also a good…"
"I never heard of it being used in jams. I guess it would depend on the fruit used and the kind of pectin (if you use it). I have used honey in some jams - especially grape - where the fruit's natural pectin can be used and the sweetener is…"
"Hi - new here today but not new to livestock! I have raised chickens for 8 years, and soon branched out to raise turkeys, ducks, geese, guineas, goats, sheep, cattle and pigs. Last year we bought a pair of horses. Turkeys are my favorite of all and…"