- First, I am working on putting blogs that link up here onto my sidebar blogroll to keep traffic coming your way. If you don't see yourself there, shoot me an email or put a comment below and I'll make sure to put you there!
- Second, to make this weekly link-up an even more successful hop, I am looking for two blogs that would like to co-host the Backyard Farming Connection Hop on their own blog each week. It keeps interested people coming to your blog and helps spread the word about backyard farming. Email me if you are interested, and I'll give you the details - gstuppycarlson @ gmail dot com.
- Also check out the new weekly poll on the right sidebar of my blog - what's your least favorite chore? and share your photos of the harvest this week on the weekly photo inspiration.
I'm really excited to do some more natural dying and think I will give walnuts a try. Check out this post: Dying with Walnuts from Remembrances.
Whether you are just getting started raising chickens, or want to refresh what you know, this is a great detailed post Getting Started With Backyard Chickens from Scratch Cradle
I don't know about you, but we still have green tomatoes I brought in and have been hoping would magically turn red. Here's a great green tomato recipe from the Freehold on Making Dilled Green Tomatoes.
Now it's time to see what you're up to this week.
It's Tuesday, and it's time to share at the Backyard Farming Connection Hop; every Tuesday here and at Simple and Joyful. I want to know what's happening, in your garden, on your homestead, in the barnyard, and in the kitchen. Whatever is in your backyard farm, I would love to hear about it.
Each week I will share some of my favorite posts in the newly formed Backyard Farming Connection Facebook page. So grab a button, and link up what you've been up to, I can't wait to hear!