Finding Worms In My Garden | Digging Potatoes | Nice Homestead Haul

I have composted for five years now and it is just reaching its best point. I throw in chicken manure, food scraps, and dried-up leaves to compost down. It's always exciting when the hard work you put in gives you such a great garden and yummy food from it. Potatoes grow well here in Maine anyway, but just knowing I grew them in my garden is the best. I happily throw in any worms I find to help the soil.

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We moved to this new off grid property to get into Modern Homesteading in January of 2016. We are living in rural Maine on 12 acres & have a small farm of chickens, raised bed & in ground garden. Sharing how we live off grid and use our Kubota L2501.

Oxford, ME

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