Category Archive: Homesteading

How To Build A Mobile Chicken House

How To Build A Mobile Chicken House  Raising chickens in mobile chicken coops is an excellent option for chicken enthusiasts rather than in a fixed coop.There’re number of benefits to raising pastured chickens such as they eat bugs,seeds and grass from the ground while moving chicken tractor coop from one place to another. As a …

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Honey Buttermilk Bread Recipe

Honey Buttermilk Bread Recipe I have decided that buttermilk is a great thing to have around the house now. I like using it for breads and things. It gives everything a really good flavour, adding a buttery richness and the tang of sour cream or yoghurt. The buttermilk in this bread recipe gives the bread a rich texture and …

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Thing You Should Know About Propane for Prepping and Survival

Thing You Should Know About Propane for Prepping and Survival I’ve recently moved and now have propane gas. I couldn’t be happier about it. Why? Because it is a stand-alone energy system that will provide me with heat, hot water, cooking, and whatever else I adapt to it. This article covers the basics of propane …

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How To Hook Up A Generator To Your Home safely

How To Hook Up A Generator To Your Home safely It is sad to say but having power to your house is taken for granted by millions of people every day and the cold hard truth is that one power outage could have you on your knees after a day or two. I live in an …

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How To Dehydrate Cheese And How To Use It

How To Dehydrate Cheese And How To Use It This simple tutorial of How To Dehydrate Cheese In Your Dehydrator is a way to create a dry cheese powder for long term food storage Dehydrated cheese is a nutritious pantry item that stores long-term. As long as the dehydrated cheese is kept dry, it will stay …

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How To Build A Grain Bin Home

Cozy Grain Bin Homes as Alternative Small Housing On thousands of farms across the continent, round metal grain bins (called “grain silos” in some regions) are standing empty or being torn down and sold for scrap because they’re no longer in use. Architects and builders have started to use these durable, inexpensive structures to construct …

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