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You don't need a big house. Small house = happy house.

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Besides using a canner, here are some tips for storing onions for the long term so you can enjoy your tasty homegrown produce all year long. Storing Onions, Red Wind, Vertical Vegetable Gardens, Pickled Onions, Fermented Foods, Preserving Food, Quick Easy Meals, Cooking Tips, The Cure

8 Tips for Storing Onions to Increase Their Longevity

Besides using a canner, here are some tips for storing onions for the long term so you can enjoy your tasty homegrown produce all year long.

While it’s not for everyone, there are several key advantages to having sheep companion animals, such as raising the alarm and socializing. Pet Sheep, Sheep Farm, Livestock Farming, Goat Farming, Raising Goats, List Of Animals, Sight & Sound, Wild Dogs, Great Friends

7 Sheep Companion Animals as Livestock Guardians

While it’s not for everyone, there are several key advantages to having sheep companion animals, such as raising the alarm and socializing.

If you are looking for a sheep breed to raise particularly for wool, then you should consider the popular Merino sheep breed. Young Farmers, Selective Breeding, Sheep Breeds, Raising Goats, Veterinary Care, Wild Dogs, Hobby Farms, Urban Farming, Predator

Merino Sheep Breed Information: A Good Forager and Producer of High-Quality Wool

If you are looking for a sheep breed to raise particularly for wool, then you should consider the popular Merino sheep breed.

Everyone loves the idea of homesteading and living the simple life, but the reality of homesteading is that it takes a lot of work. Easy Crafts For Teens, Self Sufficient, Building A Chicken Coop, Farm Gardens, Permaculture, Homesteading, Herbs, Gardening Vegetables, Agriculture

The Reality of Homesteading: The "Simple" Life Isn't Always So Simple

Everyone loves the idea of homesteading and living the simple life, but the reality of homesteading is that it takes a lot of work.

Yarrow is one of the best and most beneficial plant allies for any garden space. Read on to learn why, and how to grow it! Herb Garden, Vegetable Garden, Gardening Vegetables, Yarrow Uses, Easy Crafts For Teens, Compost Tea, Soil Improvement, Forest Garden, Beneficial Insects

The Many Uses of Yarrow: Why It's an Invaluable Plant for Your Garden

Yarrow is one of the best and most beneficial plant allies for any garden space. Read on to learn why, and how to grow it!

Here’s what you need to know about porcine stress syndrome - as well as how to prevent and treat it when it affects your pigs. Bacterial Diseases, Muscle Atrophy, Excessive Sweating, Stress Disorders, Back Muscles, Pigs, Homesteading, The Help, Raising

What is Porcine Stress Syndrome in Pigs and How to Treat It

Here’s what you need to know about porcine stress syndrome - as well as how to prevent and treat it when it affects your pigs.

Greasy pig is a skin condition that can be fatal to young piglets. Read here how to diganose, treat & most importantly, prevent this disease. Small Dream Homes, Small House Living, Greasy Skin, Self Sufficient, Urban Survival, Piglets, Homesteading, Raising, Gardening Vegetables

Greasy Pig: What Is It and Tips To Prevent and Treat This Swine Disease

Greasy pig is a skin condition that can be fatal to young piglets. Read here how to diganose, treat & most importantly, prevent this disease.

Tree tapping is a longstanding tradition and we show you some of the other most popular trees to tap for syrup besides the maple. Alder Tree, Popular Tree, Small House Living, Elm Tree, Urban Survival, Survival Tips, Sugaring, Big Leaves

15 Trees To Tap for Syrup Besides the Sugar Maple

Tree tapping is a longstanding tradition and we show you some of the other most popular trees to tap for syrup besides the maple.

When it comes to putting weight on your animals, it’s hard to put on lean weight versus fat. Here are some tips for putting weight on sheep. Urban Survival, Wilderness Survival, Happy Animals, Farm Animals, Raising Goats, Put On Weight, Best Track, Sheep And Lamb, Lambs

7 Tips for Putting Healthy Weight on Sheep and Lambs

When it comes to putting weight on your animals, it’s hard to put on lean weight versus fat. Here are some tips for putting weight on sheep.

The natural world can be a real pantry. Learn about 14 seeds, grains, roots, and shoots you can transform into wild flours to bake with. Juglans Nigra, Oxalic Acid, The Husk, Peanut Allergy, How To Make Bread, Bread Making, Hardy Perennials, Natural World, Vegetable Garden

Wild Flours: 14 Wild Plants You Can Transform into Flour

The natural world can be a real pantry. Learn about 14 seeds, grains, roots, and shoots you can transform into wild flours to bake with.

Whether you’re raising pigs for your own family’s consumption or sell the meat to other customers, knowing how to fatten up a pig is key. Urban Survival, Wilderness Survival, Small House Living, Happy House, Pigs, Homesteading, Raising, Grid, Animals

How to Fatten Up a Pig The Right Way With These 10 Tips

Whether you’re raising pigs for your own family’s consumption or sell the meat to other customers, knowing how to fatten up a pig is key.

Are you interested in creating your own, homemade fiber? Then you may be surprised at how many natural materials are available to you! Small House Living, Spool Tables, Sources Of Fiber, Fibre And Fabric, Fibre Material, Happy House, Natural Materials, Household Items, Royalty Free Images

10 Natural Materials You Can Transform into Fiber

Are you interested in creating your own, homemade fiber? Then you may be surprised at how many natural materials are available to you!

You can expand your pantry and set up for lean times when you head out to forage for wild foods to pickle. Morning Chores shows you how. Pressure Canning Meat, Chicken Of The Woods, Spruce Tips, Wild Garlic, Wild Edibles, Dehydrator Recipes, No Cook Desserts, Wild Mushrooms, Middle Eastern Recipes

16 Wild Foods You Can Forage to Pickle for the Pantry

You can expand your pantry and set up for lean times when you head out to forage for wild foods to pickle. Morning Chores shows you how.

Rehoming livestock is rarely an enjoyable process and these tips will make it easier for you to know when (and how) to rehome your livestock. Urban Survival, Homestead Survival, Wilderness Survival, Survival Prepping, Pet Chickens, Raising Chickens, Chicken To Go, Veterinarian Office, Laying Hens

Rehoming Livestock for the Best Possible Future for Your Animals

Rehoming livestock is rarely an enjoyable process and these tips will make it easier for you to know when (and how) to rehome your livestock.

Poisonous snakes are common when you're working on the homestead. Here's how to deal with them the right way (and the wrong way). Northern Pacific Rattlesnake, Snake Story, Types Of Snake, Poisonous Snakes, Coral Snake, The Venom, Snake Venom, Urban Survival, How To Level Ground

The Right Way to Deal With Poisonous Snakes on the Homestead

Poisonous snakes are common when you're working on the homestead. Here's how to deal with them the right way (and the wrong way).

To be prepared for any kind of emergency on the farm you need a homestead first aid kit and we help you build your own kit to stay safe. Emergency Supplies, Emergency Preparedness, Urban Survival, Survival Tips, First Aid Course, Festival Camping, Bug Out Bag, Happy House, Keep On

20 Things to Keep in Your Homestead First Aid Kit For Emergencies

To be prepared for any kind of emergency on the farm you need a homestead first aid kit and we help you build your own kit to stay safe.