On today’s podcast episode I will share with you 7 Diy Homestead Building Projects that will make great additions to your homestead. These are simple and easy to build projects that anyone can do.
On today’s podcast episode I talk about living a frugal lifestyle on the homestead, what it means to be frugal and the benefits of frugality. I share several ideas for being more frugal in the kitchen, the garden, with raising livestock and general ideas for running a frugal household.
Depending on where you live winter can be a trying time on the homestead, but with a little preparation we can weather the storm a little easier and make those long winter months safer and less stressful.
Here are a few things you may need to do before it gets too bad outside.
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 […]
On today’s podcast I will give a brief overview on many homesteading skills worth acquiring and I discuss how one would go about learning some of these skills.
Being prepared and keeping supplies around the homestead is a necessity in my opinion. That’s why I think building your very own “Homestead Hardware Store” is a good idea.
If you’re limited on gardening space or maybe want to block out some neighbors and get a little privacy in your backyard then building some planter boxes with trellises may be the way to go. These great additions to the garden are easy to build, inexpensive and can provide you with a lot of food for years to come.
Did you ever want to do something that would bring together the community, help build relationships with your neighbors, something that would be enjoyable for everyone and yet affordable, something that people would remember and talk about? Why not host a neighborhood outdoor movie night.
The garden wash station is a welcomed addition to the homestead and if you don’t have one you should consider building one soon.
Living in the Midwest it’s easy to remember to get things ready around the homestead for winter but prepping things for the summer is something we may not put much thought into but can be just as important. Here are a few links that may help us get started with a few ideas and to […]