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4 Great Uses for Free Trampolines -- Great uses for free trampolines obtained from friends or Craigslist. They make great shelters for camping or bug out locations. Very useful on the Homestead as a greenhouse, rabbit colony pen, or chicken tractor. Old Trampoline, Backyard Trampoline, Trampoline Ideas, Meat Rabbits, Raising Rabbits, Trampolines, Rabbit Pen, Chicken Pen, Chicken Coops

5 Great Uses for Free Trampolines

4 Great Uses for Free Trampolines -- Great uses for free trampolines obtained from friends or Craigslist. They make great shelters for camping or bug out locations. Very useful on the Homestead as a greenhouse, rabbit colony pen, or chicken tractor. They can provide shade for many small livestock or even additional storage shelter...

Lol i doubt it, but pinning just in case! Do you struggle with the thought of eating your homestead animals? Off Grid Homestead, Homestead Farm, Homestead Survival, Survival Skills, Homemade Fly Spray, Gado, Future Farms, Mini Farm, Living Off The Land

The Hard Part of Homesteading • The Prairie Homestead

As many of you know from my recent Facebook posts, we butchered our steer this past weekend. First off, let me give you a little background info. I was a Vet Tech for two years before becoming becoming a homesteader. I’ve helped mercifully end the lives of more animals than I can even recall. I’ve assisted […]

Top 5 Meat Animals Best Suited for Your Backyard pinnable image Miniature Cow Breeds, Miniature Cows, Backyard Farmer, Chickens Backyard, Backyard Beekeeping, Keeping Chickens, Raising Chickens, Urban Homesteading, Hobby Farms

Top 5 Meat Animals Best Suited for Your Backyard

Top 5 Meat Animals Best Suited for Your Backyard pinnable image

Corned beef is a delicious form of salt-preserved meat. This is a photo of a typical Irish Dinner. Making your own isn't difficult. Corned Beef Recipes, Irish Dinner, Making Jerky, Corn Beef And Cabbage, Dehydrated Food, Smoking Meat, Canning Recipes, Cooking Time, Home Remedies

How to Preserve Meat With Salt

Here, you'll find several different methods for preserving meat with salt, including making jerky, hand-rubbing dry cures, and pickling cures. You'll also find a recipe for corned beef and several video tutorials.

Mini Farming For Beginners: Build A Thriving Backyard Mini Farm, No Matter How Small The Space (Homesteading - Backyard Gardening - Handbook - Organic) Gardening for beginners The Farm, Mini Farm, Small Farm, Gardening Supplies, Backyard Farming, Backyard Landscaping, Backyard Chickens, Organic Farming, Organic Gardening

The Many Wonderful Benefits Of Organic Gardening

Holistic lifestyles are spreading and becoming popular, all while organic is growing in popularity as well. Living a truly lifestyle like this requires a dedicated steady s…

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Notes on Seed Storage

Most seeds will store for 2-4 years if kept clean, cool, dry, and out of light. However, some seeds will badly deteriorate after about one year if not stored in an airtight container in the freezer or refrigerator. These include: onions, leeks, parsnips, celery, spinach, salsify, and hybrid supersweet corn. For long-term storage, place seed packets or bulk quantities of seed in a large, airtight container (such as a mason jar with a 2-piece lid) and store in the refrigerator or freezer…

Fresh ham for learning how to salt cure a ham at home Ham Recipes, Sausage Recipes, Cooking Recipes, Oven Recipes, Vegetarian Cooking, Easy Cooking, Charcuterie, Fresh Ham, Gastronomia

How to Salt Cure a Ham at Home

Fresh ham for learning how to salt cure a ham at home

Go Green 4 Health. Good Tips On How To Take Advantage Of Solar Energy. Solar power has been around for a while and the popularity of this energy source increases with each year. Solar energy is great for commercial and residen Renewable Energy, Solar Energy, Solar Power, Wind Power Generator, Diy Solar, Off The Grid, Back To Nature, Earth Day, Go Green

How to Make a Small Wind Generator (In Celebration of Earth Day!)

How to Make a Small Wind Generator (In Celebration of Earth Day!): In this i will show you how to make a wind generator that produces electricity! I will only walk you through making the generator but it is up to you to figure out what you want to do with the electricity it produces! i havent gotten that far yet bu…

How To Build A 6 Block Dual Burner Rocket Stove - Homestead & Survival Homestead Survival, Camping Survival, Survival Prepping, Emergency Preparedness, Survival Skills, Emergency Kits, Survival Gear, Diy Rocket Stove, Build A Rocket

How To Build A 6 Block Dual Burner Rocket Stove - Homestead & Survival

Live A Sustainable Eco-Friendly Frugal Life

Sap for syrup list of trees. As winter wanes and spring approaches, wild foodists all across North America tap into the time-honored tradition of sugar production - mainly, the transformation of maple tree sap into maple syrup. Homestead Survival, Camping Survival, Outdoor Survival, Survival Prepping, Survival Gear, Survival Skills, Bushcraft Skills, Emergency Preparation, Emergency Food

22 Trees That Can Be Tapped For Sap And Syrup

As winter wanes and spring approaches, wild foodists all across North America tap into the time-honored tradition of sugar production - mainly, the transformation of maple tree sap into maple syrup and sugar. This process, passed on from the Native Americans to the early settlers, is still quite popular today, and is responsible for one…

Homesteading skills are sort of a dying art. They used to be handed down naturally from generation to generation and we need to do that more than ever. Homestead Farm, Homestead Survival, Survival Prepping, Emergency Preparedness, Survival Skills, Survival Shelter, Wilderness Survival, Survival Gear, Survival Stuff

Vintage Homesteading Skills We Need to Learn and Teach

Homesteading skills are sort of a dying art. They used to be handed down naturally from generation to generation and we need to do that more than ever.

How to Make Beeswax Candles: From cleaning raw beeswax to enjoying the final product, Jennifer Ford of Bees of the Woods Apiary will take you step by step through the process of making beeswax candles in this article from MOTHER EARTH NEWS magazine. Making Beeswax Candles, Homemade Candles, Diy Candles, Scented Candles, Candle Decorations, Candle Craft, Candle Wax, Expensive Candles, Romantic Candles

Making Beeswax Candles | MOTHER EARTH NEWS

Learn the process of making beeswax candles starting with cleaning the raw wax from Jennifer Ford of Bees of the Woods Apiary.

Beeswax Candles The magical and beautiful process of making beeswax taper candles at home. Making Beeswax Candles, Homemade Candles, Taper Candles, Diy Candles, Scented Candles, Candle Jars, Candlemaking, Hobby Farms, Truck Accessories

Making Beeswax Candles at Home | Homestead Honey

The magical and beautiful process of making beeswax taper candles at home. | Homestead Honey