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DIY Pig Feeder | Homesteading

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raising pigs w/o smell, special notice to the way they do their fencing - i especially like that they used carbiners to attach the fence panel together - easy to move and reuse.

raising pigs w/o smell, special notice to the way they do their fencing - i especially like that they used carbiners to attach the fence panel together - easy to move and reuse.

scrap wood Pig Feeder

scrap wood Pig Feeder

comedero recargable

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A REALLY great article about the complete cost of raising pigs

A REALLY great article about the complete cost of raising pigs

Countryside Magazine - a man finally gets to start raising pigs and details how he did it

Countryside Magazine - a man finally gets to start raising pigs and details how he did it

Raising pigs A-Z Pigs take 6 months to raise from birth to butcher weight. Buy piglets in the spring, butcher in the fall, let them happily forage during the green months (supplemented with vege garden, chicken eggs, leftovers, etc.)

Raising pigs A-Z Pigs take 6 months to raise from birth to butcher weight. Buy piglets in the spring, butcher in the fall, let them happily forage during the green months (supplemented with vege garden, chicken eggs, leftovers, etc.)

Rockin' pipe feeders.  I really like these . . . and we could have the pipe outside of the coop, with the bend going through the wall.

Rockin' pipe feeders. I really like these . . . and we could have the pipe outside of the coop, with the bend going through the wall.

Tutorials and instructions for building your own DIY chicken coop in your backyard.:

22 DIY Chicken Coops You Need In Your Backyard

Tutorials and instructions for building your own DIY chicken coop in your backyard.:

Use a dog/cat automatic water bowl and place pebbles or decorative stones in the bowl to give bees a safe place to land so they don't drown trying to drink.

Use a dog/cat automatic water bowl and place pebbles or decorative stones in the bowl to give bees a safe place to land so they don't drown trying to drink.

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