Andy Samberg on SNL imitating Mark Walberg talking to animals has been one of my favorite sketches for a long time. It’s just so silly, you can’t help but laugh. From time-to-time, when I’m around my farm animals I, too, like to have little... Every journey has a beginning, middle, and of course an end. We’re still writing the middle part of our journey and learning so much along the way. At the time of writing this post, we’ll have been on our property for two years. But where did this journey... That’s a pretty dramatic statement isn’t it? Let me put it this way, sometimes we have really good success in this homesteading life and sometimes we have losses and the losses end up being the life of an animal we’re raising here on the homestead.... It’s true what they say. Chickens ARE the gateway (drug) animal to homesteading! After almost a year of learning about and raising chickens, we felt like we were ready for the big(ger) leagues. While a family milk cow is certainly a goal for us, we wanted to... You might have noticed the blog (and videos) have been on a hiatus. The last blog post was from March of 2017! And the last video was nearly 9 months (from this posting) ago! They say don’t put all your eggs in one basket. Ooops. A lot of factors went into this... The misadventures of finding a HUGE (Yuge, even) snake in our chicken coop We recently constructed our rain barrel and automatic chicken watering system to create a sustainable water supply for our chicken coop and feed preparation area. We invested a good day’s worth of work putting together the rain barrel itself, plus the stand,... When we first decided to repurpose the greenhouse building into a chicken coop, the ability to have running water in the coop area wasn’t really taken into consideration. Since then, the biggest hurdle to providing our chickens with fresh water is the fact that... We started raising chickens late last year as our first foray into keeping any kind of livestock. They say chickens are a gateway animal and we can attest to the accuracy of this statement. We started off a small flock and, wouldn’t you know it, chicken math... This error message is only visible to WordPress admins
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