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Preserving vegetables by adding salt and setting them aside a few days to ferment is part of our family tradition. Before fermentation became all the rage, it was called brine pickling.
When I was a kid
As beginning poultry owners, we wanted the easiest option and our research kept suggested we start keeping ducks. Ducks are less prone to disease, more weather-hardy and easy(ish) to herd.
Beautiful to behold, the Brahma stands head and shoulders above the flock. A large chicken, the Brahma is pleasant to have around with a friendly disposition.
Small chicken coops need all the same amenities as larger chicken coops, but this one is made from a converted dog house! Woof!
The Flow Hive is essentially a Langstroth beehive constructed with “drainable” honey supers. This removes the headache that comes with honey extraction for the beekeeper.
Homesteading basics are clearly and thoroughly explained in this comprehensive book to help you get started learning how to grow your own food and more.
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