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Hobby Farms

Inspiration for those who prefer a bit of land and possibly a chicken or two.
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Picture Sundays: World’s Most Beautiful Raccoon Proofing
Bee house (Build them & They will come!) So simple, so easy, we all should make these and put them up all over....before it is to late)
A jam is only as good as its mason jar. Here's what we keep in our preserving tool box.

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Homesteading means engaging in a give-and-take relationship with the earth. That means growing your own food, cooking from scratch, raising backyard livestock, collecting rainwater, simplifying your life, reducing your impact, and basically not being a jerk to Mother Nature. She is, after all, part of the reason why we are surviving.
how to grow your own cut flowers – what to grow
If you've got egg laying chickens, are you making them earn their keep? Sure, they give you eggs, but they can help out around the yard, too!

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Whenever chickens are suddenly confined to spaces smaller than they ordinarily enjoy, boredom and behavioral problems such as feather picking, and egg-eating can result. By having some go-to boredom busters up one's sleeve in lousy weather, chickens can be kept busy, entertained and happy until Mother Nature gets her act together.
What to Plant In Your Bee Garden - www.gardencollage.com

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Urban Homesteading
Beekeeping 101: Getting set up with the right equipment | The Elliott Homestead
Essential OIls and chickens  Written by Janet from Timber Creek Farm  http://timbercreekfarmer.com first appeared on Backyard Poultry Magazine!

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