Category Archive: Homesteading

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Sep 18

Easy Clean Duck Pond

If you have ducks check out this easy clean duck pond idea. He took a kiddie pool and made a hole for drainage that he seals with a cork. Built some timber pieces to hold it up and then when it needs cleaned he just pulls the plug and it drains into a makeshift septic …

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Sep 18

10 Tips to Keep Deer Out Of Your Homestead

These 10 tips to keep deer out of your homestead are the best collections of suggestions I have ever come across, many have proved to work thoroughly. A herd of deer can eat huge amounts causing a large amount of damage to a garden. The only other suggestion I can add is to have male …

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Sep 17

Disinfect A Wood Cutting Board Naturally

This simple inexpensive step by step tutorial of how to disinfect a wood cutting board naturally without toxic chemicals is a must have idea in your kitchen. A cutting board is one of the most used kitchen tool in the entire kitchen plus it comes in direct contact with your food. Making sure it is …

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Sep 16

Dollar Store Chicken Supplies

If you have chickens you may find this very useful. Here is a list of ten items you can buy at the dollar store that you can use for your chickens. Rasing chickens for eggs, meat or both can get expensive, Murano Chicken Farm shops for their chickens at the dollar store and shares the …

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Sep 16

Removing Hard Water Deposits

This simple and inexpensive cleaning tip for removing hard water deposits to get rid of unsightly stains and increase water flow. Hard water deposits come from high amount of mineral deposits like lime, silica, and calcium. When the water dries, the deposits are left behind, leaving unsightly spots on glass, ceramic surfaces, metal fixtures particularly …

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Sep 15

Is the Homestead Lifestyle Really Worth the Effort

What is your answer to the question “Is the Homestead Lifestyle Really Worth the Effort” ? Each person must ask and answer that question themselves by prioritizing what is really important in life to them.  Become inspired by the positive aspects of a married couple living the homesteading lifestyle and their journey. Homesteading is a …

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