Poultry Brine Recipe

Poultry Brine Recipe

Poultry Brine Recipe After you’ve raised your meat chickens or turkeys from day one, found the best local poultry processor you could find, or processed them yourself, you’re probably looking forward to that delicious first taste of the meat you’ve raised yourself....
Growing Herbs To Cook With Poultry

Growing Herbs To Cook With Poultry

Growing Herbs To Cook With Poultry Do you have your garden all planned for the coming spring? Does it include an herb garden? Have you never gardened but maybe wanted to but felt like vegetable gardening was too much? Now may be the time to consider adding an herb...
How to Cook Old Birds For Flavor and Texture

How to Cook Old Birds For Flavor and Texture

How To Cook Old Birds For Flavor And Texture *As an Amazon Affiliate, Meyer Hatchery may earn from qualifying purchases made through links posted on this site. Sometimes we don’t get a chicken processed at the right age for the best tenderness, texture, and...
Homemade Egg Soap How-To

Homemade Egg Soap How-To

Homemade Egg Soap How-To Making your own egg soap is an unusual and creative way to utilize eggs from your farm, homestead, or a local source. I’ve been making soap for my family for over twelve years now and wondered if I could incorporate eggs into my soap....
January Book Of The Month: Homestead Planner

January Book Of The Month: Homestead Planner

January Book Of The Month: Homestead Seasonal Planner The creative team at Meyer Hatchery is excited to announce our very first book in our new Book Of The Month feature. Our favorite book for January is The Backyard Homestead Seasonal Planner by Ann Larkin Hansen....
Make Your Own Homemade Eggnog

Make Your Own Homemade Eggnog

Make Your Own Homemade Eggnog *As an Amazon Affiliate, Meyer Hatchery may earn from qualifying purchases made through links posted on this site. We celebrate Nation Eggnog Day with a recipe. Those of us with laying hens know that using our flock’s farm-fresh eggs for...