Beginners Guide to Baby Chick Care

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  The smell of spring is in the air, that means baby chicks will be arriving soon. This is my favorite time of year around the homestead with all the new life happening. While your waiting for the chicks to arrive now is the perfect time to get all the essential baby chick care things …

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ThriveLife- An Honest Review Bonus Mexican Lasagna Recipe

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I’m so excited to share this new amazing line of products with you. We’ve been working on our long-term food storage and most importantly using it in a rotation! We’d seen several videos of people using this stuff called ThriveLife.  Then I’ll get the sharing my Mexican lasagna I made using Thrivelife corn. We decided …

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Ultimate Seed Starting Guide: A Roundup of Helpful Tips

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Seed starting can be so intimidating knowing where to start. Most people give up after starting a bunch of seeds then they fail to grow. Simply overwhelmed with all the things to do. I understand there are times it still feels like a lot to me. Starting seeds is something I look forward to every …

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5 Things to do in Feb for the Best Garden Ever

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It’s 74 here in Missouri, nothing like a good temptation to start all the seeds NOW! As tempting as it may seem for most of us it’s still just a tad bit early to start most of the garden seeds. It was the perfect day to do some garden prep. Today seemed like the perfect …

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Practical Guide: to Planning Your Garden to feed Your Family

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Which Breed of Chickens are Best for the Homestead?

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You’ve decided its time to add some chickens to your homestead but where to start there are so many choices? Hopefully, after reading this, you will be able to narrow down the list. There’s a couple of things to consider when picking the ideal chickens for your homestead or backyard. The size of your family. For …

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5 Things to do at the End of Garden Season

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  With winter fast approaching and the days getting shorter its time to tidy up after a busy summer of gardening. These five things will have you all ready for next year if you spend a little time cleaning up this fall. Remove all plants from the garden.  I like to give the leftover plants …

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Homesteaders Getting More Bang from Your Apple Harvest

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This post contains affiliate links. Please see my full disclosure policy for details. Here in the hills of Missouri apple harvest is in full swing.   I headed out to our local orchard and ended up coming home with THREE bushels of gorgeous Johnna golds. These were the best apples I’ve ever eaten. One might …

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