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Plan and plant a successful and sustainable backyard farm — from a quarter acre to a full acre and beyond — right in your own backyard. By raising and harvesting their own fruits, vegetables, chickens, bees, milk-bearing animals, and more, people are growing locally, sustainably, and at a fraction of the cost.lan and plant a successful and sustainable backyard farm — from a quarter acre to a full acre and beyond — right in your own backyard. By raising and harvesting their own fruits, vegetables, chickens, bees, milk-bearing animals, and more, people are growing locally, sustainably, and at a fraction of the cost.
​BACK YARD FARMING
Start by testing to see how much sand, silt, and clay your soil has has. No matter what, adding compost always helps the situation!tart by testing to see how much sand, silt, and clay your soil has has. No matter what, adding compost always helps the situation!
Draw a map of your land with your garden plans, water sources, and areas that get sun and shade and add labels.
A backyard farm will produce a lot of waste. Don't let that waste go to waste! Create a composting system to recycle nutrients back into your soil. backyard farm will produce a lot of waste. Don't let that waste go to waste! Create a composting system to recycle nutrients back into your soil.
Take the guesswork out of your watering by building an irrigation system for your backyard farm.
Milk, eggs, wool, honey... all good things that come from animals. Explain what you're harvesting and how you plan on using it.
Backyard Farmer airs live Thursdays on NET1 at 7 pm CST from April through September. Join us next April for another great season, answering your lawn & garden questions. Until then, view archived videos on YouTube, or interact with the team on Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest
What are the benefits of backyard farming?


Year- Round Food. We can produce diverse delicious food ALL YEAR in The Bay Area!

Local. So much goodness outside your door - it doesn’t get more 'local' than your backyard!

Beauty. Nothing looks more beautiful than a garden filled with veggies, fruit and flowers. 

Nutrition. Studies have shown that fresh, homegrown produce has higher nutrient value. Plus, it tastes so much better.

Variety. Keep the good seeds alive and grow a range of heirlooms varieties you can’t find in stores.

Save money. Easy access to your own food saves money at the market and at the pump.

Educational fun. The kids and the whole family will value farming skills for a lifetime - and it’s so much fun to watch food grow!

Sharing. Grow surplus food to share with neighbors, friends and the food bank.

Environmental health. You’ll lovingly support your local habitat, help reduce water usage and excessive energy consumption that conventional agriculture demands. 
Now Let Selena's Landscape, Design & Tree Service help you in Starting You back Yard farm Call 484-645-4707 for more information!
Micro Livestock

A thriving micro farm will need to have natural fertilizers that are high in nitrogen such clovers, legumes and manure from preferably livestock. Finding micro livestock for the micro farm is almost fitting isn’t it? But in the long run, they will not take up a lot of space, need a lot of area to feed off of, and will still provide food for the family if need be. There are many different forms of micro livestock.

Rabbits
Guinea Pigs
Pigeons
Miniature Pigs
Miniature Deer
Goats
Farming is not only growing food for you, but growing food for the animals.
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Family friendly farms to see and explore

Johnson's Farm is at 133 Church Road, Medford. For more information, call (609) 654-8643 or visit johnsonsfarm.com.

Paws Farm is at 1105 Hainesport-Mount Laurel Road., Mount Laurel. For more information, call (856) 778-8795 or visit pawsfarm.com.

Creamy Acres is at 448 Lincoln Mill Rd., Mullica Hill. For more information, call (856) 223-1669 or visit creamyacres.com.

Howell Living History Farm is at 70 Woodens Lane, Lambertville. For more information, call (609) 737-3299 or visit howellfarm.com.

Springdale Farms is at 1638 Springdale Road, Cherry Hill. For more information, call (856) 424-8674 or visit springdalefarms.com.



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