Farmers' Almanac Blog
Read our advice on how to care for the new “motorcar” in this Almanac Throwback from 1900. And you thought a routine oil change was hard to remember!
July brings us 10 straight days of palindromes (a number or phrase reads the same backward or forward). See the list!
Bet you didn’t know the Farmers’ Almanac used to give marriage advice! See what tips we offered in our 1878 edition to keep couples blissfully happy. Do they still hold up with time?
It used to be you relied on some of these old wives’ tales and superstitions to find out a baby’s gender. See the list!
Here are some unique ideas that will ensure the occasion is a memorable one for all who attend.
Summer is a time to have fun but it also holds many weather hazards. Read this important advice from the National Weather Service to help you stay safe from whatever the season throws your way!
Freezing is a great way to preserve food, but these foods are a no-no for the freezer, and will just end up in the trash. See the money-saving list!
June 20th is National American Eagle Day, a day to commemorate, educate, and raise awareness for the protection of our national symbol. Here are some interesting facts about this magnificent bird of prey.
Look up in the sky! It’s a… kneeling man? A butterfly with wings? You’ll need your telescope to view this fuzzy patch of stars overhead when, as Edmund Halley said, “the Sky is serene and the Moon absent.” Learn more!