We have always just kept an assortment of batteries in a kitchen drawer but that was until I came across this sweet little organizer that holds 82 assorted batteries plus has a tester. One look and you know what you need to stock up on and you always know where to find your batteries when you need them.
Hang out with me a little on a winter Saturday as I hang out in the greenhouse a little, do a few chores, spend a little time in the kitchen and record a podcast.
Submergible tank de-icer
Thermostatically controlled to operate only when necessary
A sturdy, protective cage permits use in all tanks, including plastic
On today’s blog post I talk about making mulch with my new Sun Joe chipper/shredder, the huge eggplant I grew and an upcoming event you don’t want to miss.
If you’re going to process your own animals, whether you hunted for them or raised them, you are going to need a good set of knives and other tools to do the job. The Game Processor is the most complete portable butchering set for preparing big game, waterfowl, wild turkey, small game and fish. This set […]
Composting with worms allows you to turn kitchen scraps, paper waste and cardboard into nutrient-rich soil for your plants. The Worm Factory 360 composting system makes the entire process quick and easy. With a thermo siphon air flow design, the Worm Factory 360 increases the composting speed. Now you can produce compost much faster than […]
In today’s blog post I discuss how I’m So Ready For Fall, I will tell you about another great podcast I discovered and I’ll share with you what’s new with the Modern Homesteading Podcast.
Get ready for the shorter days by installing the Urban Farmer Weekly 7 Day Programmable Dual Outlet Digital Timer in your greenhouse to extend growing season or even use it for chicken coop lighting to extend egg laying production. This is an easy to use programmable timer specifically made for turning on and turning off lights […]
Cold weather is something you want to be ready for before it gets here and not struggling to get what you need when you’re in the middle of it. A few winters ago we were facing our first cold weather blast while raising rabbits and we weren’t ready. It was below freezing out and the […]
On today’s daily blog post I talk about harvesting lettuce seeds, how sometimes simple is better as I share a simple squash recipe and I’ll talk about and show you the garden my rabbits planted.