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Heritage livestock are breeds of livestock that were selectively bred for many uses and climates. These livestock breeds are well rounded and more sustainable than modern livestock breeds. What are heritage livestock breeds? Heritage livestock breeds were developed long before the animal breeding technology that we have today was developed. [...]
Fri, Mar 08, 2019
Source: Homestead Bloggers Network
The start of a new year is always a popular time for setting goals and intentions, but really there never is a bad time for divining purpose and plotting your course! Having a concrete plan is the best way to accomplish large tasks – and not many tasks are larger than [...]
Fri, Mar 08, 2019
Source: Homestead Bloggers Network
I've had a lot of readers express that they think that steam canning is next level, harder, 2.0, or otherwise more difficult than traditional water bath canning and that simply isn't so. I'm here to tell you that canning is a piece of cake in a steam canner and in [...]
Fri, Mar 08, 2019
Source: Homestead Bloggers Network
I will post as I can, but not as regularly, as I will be traveling and need to prepare, then will be very busy on the trip. If you want to sign up for the South Florida Food Forest Workshop on March 16th, the morning session is now full but I [...]
Wed, Mar 06, 2019
Source: Survival Gardner
Check out this cane knife my brother Brian and Nick Cutkay made for me: My brother wrote me a couple of weeks ago and said “hey, Nick is going to make you a custom blade and I'm going to film it. What do you like?” Obviously, I went with the Tendon Destroyer [...]
Wed, Mar 06, 2019
Source: Survival Gardner
Here's how you can get maximum production out of a coffee tree by stumping and pruning: Some years ago I shared with you on the resilience of mulberry trees. You can literally saw them to the ground and they will return and fruit: As you can see in the coffee video, the [...]
Tue, Mar 05, 2019
Source: Survival Gardner
As I prepare to move to my land, I have been researching the propagation of coffee from cuttings, seeds and grafting. This video gives a very good low-tech overview of coffee propagation from cuttings: I like how instead of a greenhouse, they are using white plastic sheeting to maintain humidity during rooting. My [...]
Mon, Mar 04, 2019
Source: Survival Gardner
Starting seeds indoors may seem challenging, but this guide will take you through the process step by step, with troubleshooting tips to make it easy. Why Start Seeds Indoors? Get a jump on the gardening season. Starting seeds indoors is a must for northern gardeners who want to grow warm [...]
Fri, Mar 01, 2019
Source: Common Sense Homestead
This easy bread recipe is our “go to” for sandwich bread, buns and more – even monkey bread. My kids started making it when they were in their tweens. Now they can make (almost) as good as their mom. There's nothing like the aroma of fresh baked bread, and this [...]
Sat, Feb 23, 2019
Source: Common Sense Homestead
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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