Nature gets very random when given the chance. Some more animal tales from The Outpost.
Our cows are ready to sell, and the market is good. But it’s still hard to say goodbye to the livestock we’ve looked after for 12 months.
We’ve been living at The Outpost for a year. I look back at what we’ve achieved, and give a few updates to previous blogs.
An update on how the garlic is growing, and how you can help your own crop do well this year.
After I decided I was ready for chickens, I had to find them a house. 3 years down the track, I evaluate how I did.
The story of Kat’s Nip and working out how to grow enough to supply demand.
How I turned a wodge of worms into 3 egg-laying machines and made my poultry economically sustainable.
Last week I went on a planting spree and we got 70 native trees into the soil.
When a cat brings you a healthy baby rabbit, what do you do?
I’ve had to learn how to look after my land and animals. Here’s what I’ve done so far.
He asked me to marry him! The story of how Richard and I got engaged.
My imagination ran away without me and now I have incredible strawberry beds.
An update on our rainfall, and how we plan to hold onto it for longer.
After receiving my soil test results, I’ve spent some time interpreting the results, and thinking about how I can amend the soil to be its best.
I decided to get a soil test done on my garden. This week, I’m taking soil samples and sending them away to the lab.
One of our paddocks was once a very valuable ecosystem. I’ve got plans to return it to its former glory.