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The Broody Crowing Chick

I really try to keep an eye on my chickens for any signs of broodiness. We do not encourage it on our homestead because we are not trying to hatch any chicks. 730 more words

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More Americans

I fell in love with this rare rabbit breed that is critically endangered. I decided to breed some pure breeds, so I needed a Buck. On my way back home from our herding trial, we stopped north of Richmond to grab a Mr. 68 more words

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Homemade butter recipe

Deal on whipping cream

I went grocery shopping today and noticed that the whipping cream was on sale at 2 liters for $5.  Score! (at least here… not sure how much it is elsewhere). 427 more words

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What I Did Yesterday

As you can see from the photograph, I got a lot done yesterday. I canned 19 pints of chicken and I cut up and bagged the 7 rabbits we butchered earlier this week for the freezer. 427 more words

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New Indoor Duck Pen

Since the weather is so nice now (for the most part), it was time to transition all of the piggies outdoors into their Piggie palace. So, this allowed me space to convert into a duck palace. 75 more words

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6 Ways to Start Homesteading Today

Today’s modern homesteaders are people who aren’t afraid of hard work and getting dirty.

If you’ve ever been curious about what happens on a homestead, know that today’s homesteaders aren’t all about cows and growing up in a saddle.   1,091 more words

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Triple N Acres reblogged this on Triple N Acres and commented:

Great blog post on how to start your journey towards homesteading.

Food Is Important.

I recently noticed that as homesteaders, our lives revolve around food. Not being obsessed with eating it, but in order to have it, we have to procure it somehow. 176 more words

Doing Things For Cheap