Treating Seasonal Allergies Naturally :: Faulk Farmstead

Treating Seasonal Allergies – NATURALLY!

Let’s be honest:  There is nothing sexier than a woman with red, itchy, weepy eyes, am I right?   Ok, so you may not agree (and to be honest, either do I), but this is exactly the look I had been dealing with for weeks lately.  Now seasonal allergies are NOT a new problem forRead more

Spring Happenings on the Faulk Farmstead :: Faulk Farmstead

Spring Happenings on the Faulk Farmstead

Spring on the farmstead?  Ab-so-lutely CRAZY.  Busy to the point of fault.  But not to worry – we are loving every moment of it! Although the Faulk Farmstead blog has been a bit quiet lately (due to Spring craziness and a super-secret upcoming project!), the farmstead itself has been anything but quiet.  Curious what we’veRead more

Simple Gosling Brooder and Pen - A Homestead DIY! :: Faulk Farmstead

Simple Gosling Brooder and Pen

So there’s this thing about goslings that I wasn’t COMPLETELY prepared for.  They grow REALLY fast.   But I’ll be honest with you – I was told this ahead of time.  I was!  I just didn’t quite imagine it to this extent!  Olive has over doubled in size and is already growing out of herRead more

Taking a Swing at Incubating Eggs (A Gosling is Born) :: Faulk Farmstead

Taking a Swing at Incubating Eggs (A Gosling is Born!)

Baby farmies.  A staple on the Spring farm. During our first year on the farm, we bought our share of chicks at the feed store or through a local Craigslist ad.   We picked them out, took them home, and plopped them in their cozy, lit-up home, with feed and water waiting for them.  EasyRead more

Our Top Seven Homesteading Kitchen Tools :: Faulk Farmstead

Our Top Seven Homesteading Kitchen Tools

    When people talk to me about our homestead, they want to hear about the animals, what we have growing in the soil – they want to hear about our land.   Our homestead, however, is so much more than just those things.  At the heart of our homestead?  Our kitchen.   This isRead more