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If your are considering the addition of small animals or livestock to your homestead or farm, consider the dairy goat. Goats are hardy and thrive with attentive simple care. Their size makes them easier to handle than other livestock. Because of their size, the space and feed needed to maintain [...]
Sat, Jan 05, 2019
Source: Homestead Bloggers Network
Understanding FAMACHA scoring could mean the difference between life and death of your sheep or goat herd. FAMACHA scoring is used for detecting the level of a parasite load in sheep and goats. If you have sheep or goats, understanding FAMACHA scoring is essential to keeping them healthy. Make sure that you [...]
Sat, Jan 05, 2019
Source: Homestead Bloggers Network
There is something nostalgic about an orchard in bloom or during the harvest with the branches bending over heavy with fruit. Planting fruit trees seems to be a priority with a lot of new home owners. Whether it's a few trees or a more ambitious effort there are important considerations in [...]
Sat, Jan 05, 2019
Source: Homestead Bloggers Network
Learn how to treat sinus infections at home without a trip to the doctor's office. Of course, if you have a severe sinus infection or can't seem to knock it out, you may want to see a doctor. (I'm not a doctor, I just know what works for us with sinus [...]
Sat, Jan 05, 2019
Source: Homestead Bloggers Network
Living in the northeast, most farms we know kid in the coldest months of winter. There are a lot of important reasons for this. Kids born during the winter are known to be healthier and hardier – the lack of active parasites in the soil, absence of humidity in the [...]
Sat, Jan 05, 2019
Source: Homestead Bloggers Network
A bandana is easily one of the most useful items you can have in your survival kit. Every prepper should own a few bandanas and know how to use them, and this video explains why. Sensible Prepper is better at finding clever survival uses for ordinary items than anyone else [...]
Fri, Jan 04, 2019
Source: Urban Survivor
It's a new year, which means you should be thinking about your new year's resolutions and the things you'd like to accomplish. With a shaky economy and wages continuing to stagnate, many people's resolution is to save money and stretch their budget. Thankfully, there are some relatively simple things you [...]
Wed, Jan 02, 2019
Source: Urban Survivor
You've got 2 hours until disaster strikes. Are you prepared? If you've watched any apocalyptic movie ever, you're familiar with the grocery store scene. You know which one I'm talking about. Anxious dad rushes isle by isle gathering water and canned food for his family while everyone around him gradually [...]
Mon, Dec 31, 2018
Source: Urban Survivor
It may be the most wonderful time of the year, but it sure is cold. In some places, it's so cold that an extended power outage could be deadly. Hopefully, you've prepared your home for winter and have several ways to heat your home without power, but there is one [...]
Fri, Dec 28, 2018
Source: Urban Survivor
Although it's a very popular hobby, hiking and backpacking can actually be a pretty dangerous game. You're putting yourself at risk going out there into the wild and potentially encountering things like dangerous animals and rocky terrains. If you're careful about it when you're starting out though, you [...] The post [...]
Thu, Nov 29, 2018
Source: Preppers Survive

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