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Sheds are used for all sorts of things nowadays. Many of these uses would make insulated sheds a necessity.
These days, many places around the country let people keep chickens but often we’re talking hens, not roosters. It’s not that municipalities have anything against cocky behavior. It’s just that,
Being a duck in a chicken world can make you a little crazy. OK, maybe not the ducks (I think). Maybe the people with ducks. (Or maybe just me!) Either
It’s time to Preserve the Harvest, so we’ve asked some helpful homesteaders to weigh in on their favorite food preservation methods. Here’s what they shared.
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