How to Prepare for the February Winter on the Farm
While the South may not be synonymous with a White Christmas, we still get our fair share of wintery weather. And in our neck of the woods, the coldest part of the year happens from mid to late... Read More
How to Keep All Your Animals Warm and Happy This Winter
Homesteading in Tennessee often means keeping some livestock. If you have chosen to keep animals on your farm, no doubt they spent their time outside. Keeping them safe through the colder months in... Read More
How to Have a Super Bowl (or College Football Championship) Blowout in the Country
In some areas of our country, nothing is bigger in the late fall/early winter than football. Country life lends itself to outdoor play, and so many children who grow up in rural areas spend their... Read More
Buying Land in Georgia and Other New Year's Resolutions
  It’s been an interesting year, to say the least. As 2018 comes to a close, it’s time to indulge in that long standing tradition of setting New Year’s Resolutions. While it’s often manifested as a... Read More
6 Holiday Gifts You Can Buy for $295
  6 Holiday Gifts You Can Buy for $295 Christmas is coming and you only have about $300 to spend on the one you love the most. What one gift can you get them that will mean the most? You obviously... Read More
Dashing Through the Snow and Other Country Holiday Fun
  Now that you have found that perfect acreage that was for sale by owner, are you ready to make that piece of country land into a home for your family? What makes a home more than the memories you... Read More
Why Farm Land Is the Perfect Christmas Gift
Why Farm Land Is the Perfect Christmas Gift Looking for a gift that won’t get returned after the holidays? Maybe that hard-to-buy-for person needs something really different this year. Maybe it’s... Read More