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  Glenda Van Woerkom sent these two photos to Living the Country Life, and I wanted to share them with you. Glenda's husband, Jon, used reclaimed barn boards to make these unique...
This Country View episode features Jay and Jen Louden who find delight in multicolored poultry.
Jay and Jen Louden of Newbury, Ohio, live on three-acres of land with four kids, a few farm animals, and dozens of colorful poultry. Jen says they started out with chickens to have eggs to sell....
If you have a nice porch and use it during the day, why not spend the night on it, too? Enjoy the fresh air and sounds of nature by turning it into a sleeping porch.
Radio interview sources: Dave and Mary Morris, Owners, Listen here to the radio story (mp3) or read below   Sleeping porches date back well over...
John Lancaster worked to bring life back to this historic 1920 farm.
Choosing siding for your house is an expensive decision. One alternative is to use rough cut lumber. You'll stretch your dollars and enjoy siding with great durability.
Radio interview source: Scott Prentice, Owner, Rough Cut Sawmill & Lumber Company Listen here to the radio story (mp3) or read below   Drive around the countryside and you...
Hauling hay for your use or to deliver to someone else saves money on shipping. Safe transportation requires careful loading and making sure the hay is secured.
Radio interview source: Dr. Dan Undersander, Extension Forage Agronomist, University of Wisconsin Listen here to the radio story (mp3) or read below   Stacking hay correctly is...
Leigh Sorensen, a landscape designer, and her husband, King, live on a plush, one-acre home in New Jersey. Their unique location has a susceptibility to slight flooding because of a nearby river, but...
See how country dwellers from sea to shining sea show they are proud to be Americans!