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Dealing With Weather Extremes On the Homestead

The daily, weekly or yearly weather conditions on your homestead can be your best friend or greatest foe. Every year the earth’s weather affects the productivity and viability of the farms and homesteads of the world. Unfortunately, the weather is also usually …

Working With Herding Dogs On a Homestead

The herding dog has evolved over many centuries into the various breeds now associated with herding livestock. Border Collie, Australian Cattle Dog and Australian Kelpie are a few of the breeds of commonly found herding dogs on homesteads, although less commonly thought …

Get Started In Urban Homesteading

Plan Out a More Self-sufficient Future Fueled by an uncertain economy, rising food prices, contaminated products and high energy prices, many people have started trying to go back to their roots, discovering the lost art of raising crops and animals, running home …

Understanding Livestock Handling On a Homestead

Anyone with animals on their homestead will need to handle them at some point. Injuries caused by livestock on the homestead are very common. Improperly handled, animals can cause the homesteader to be kicked, bitten, trampled or killed. Understanding livestock behavior and …
Disaster Preparedness Security Survival Skills Weapons
7 Recommended Survival Packs
Winter Survival Kits For Home and Car
How to Pack a Wilderness Survival Kit
The Best Prepper And Survival Food You Can Make At Home
Simple Deep Mulch Gardening For Homesteaders
Raising Cornish Cross Chickens for Meat
How to Make Survival Garden Seed Packages Work for You
Gardening Livestock Living
Dealing With Weather Extremes On the Homestead
Improve Your Homestead’s Pasture Performance
Dealing With Water Pollution on the Homestead