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10 Thoughts on finding land for a small farm (series part 2 Dollars and Cents of Starting a Small Farm) from Walking in High Cotton

10 Thoughts on finding land for a small farm (series part 2 Dollars and Cents of Starting a Small Farm) from Walking in High Cotton

Feeding rabbits can get expensive, so start growing hay at home. It’s a cheap way to make tons of feed, and make raising rabbits a little easier.

Feeding rabbits can get expensive, so start growing hay at home. It’s a cheap way to make tons of feed, and make raising rabbits a little easier.

23 Ways To Live Like The Amish: One Ash Homestead. My favorites are: "Bloom where you're planted", "be a housekeeper (as unto the Lord", and "Live for today (let tomorrow worry about itself)"

23 Ways To Live Like The Amish: One Ash Homestead. My favorites are: "Bloom where you're planted", "be a housekeeper (as unto the Lord", and "Live for today (let tomorrow worry about itself)"

Here's the basics of caring for meat rabbits on the homestead in one easy visual. Pin will take you to an article where you can read more.  Bloggers: Feel free to use graphic as long as it stays unedited and is credited to TheFrugalChicken.com

Here's the basics of caring for meat rabbits on the homestead in one easy visual. Pin will take you to an article where you can read more. Bloggers: Feel free to use graphic as long as it stays unedited and is credited to TheFrugalChicken.com

Whether you are a backyard hobby homesteader or an avid homesteader on your journey to live off-grid, these are the top homesteading articles you want to be reading.:

Whether you are a backyard hobby homesteader or an avid homesteader on your journey to live off-grid, these are the top homesteading articles you want to be reading.:

You might know purslane as a weed (as I once did) but it's a forager's delight. This early spring green is prolific where it's naturalized and incredibly good for you, too. You might even want to transplant some into your vegetable garden!

You might know purslane as a weed (as I once did) but it's a forager's delight. This early spring green is prolific where it's naturalized and incredibly good for you, too. You might even want to transplant some into your vegetable garden!

Homesteading Resources - Real food, food preservation, gardening, local food, natural health, homestead animals, homemaking, survivalism, preparedness.

Homesteading Resources - Real food, food preservation, gardening, local food, natural health, homestead animals, homemaking, survivalism, preparedness.

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