A lack of profitability is one of the biggest challenges facing small farming operations. Jaclyn Moyer illustrated the problem well in her 2015 Salon article (which was named one of the best essays of the year), “What Nobody Told Me About Small Farming: I Can’t Make a Living.” But farmers don’t have to subsist on … Continued
Month: May 2017
We aren’t here to debate whether your beer will spoil if you let it come to room temperature and then re-chill it (it won’t) or whether you should be serving your IPAs at 45°F to 50°F and your Doppelbocks at 55°F to 60°F (you probably should). What we do want to talk about is how … Continued
DIY Indoor Cooler Building a DIY indoor cooler is simpler than you think! This 20-minute video tutorial walks you through all the steps for building your own indoor cooler. Read more about the top DIY projects of 2017.
Are you a farmer or a florist? Do you run a restaurant or a brewery? If you fall into any of these groups, then you know the value of reliable cold storage. Without it, your business could very well fail. The most common type of cold storage found on farms and in florist shops, restaurants, … Continued
What would you do if you didn’t spend so much time watching Netflix? Maybe you’d finally finish your basement or read Moby Dick. Or maybe, like Martin Prebula, you’d take up homebrewing and become so good at it that you opened your own brewery. Prebula first started homebrewing as a hobby because he didn’t want … Continued
A secondary sensor is often on Frigidaire window A/C units 12KBTU and above. This short video shows you how to locate the sensor.
Imagine this: You have 500 seedlings to transplant. How long would it take? Do you have the right tools? Does your back start to hurt just thinking about it? In the past, you might have needed to plant by hand or try and customize large farming equipment — if you could afford it. But, today, … Continued