Even if you don’t particularly like barn cats, you can’t argue their hunting skills in ridding the homestead of rodents.
If you don’t want to use chemicals to kill flies, then try some of these natural fly traps and fly repellents instead.
Carpenter bees can create a lot of headaches and damage to your property. Here’s how to remove them naturally and without hurting them.
Keeping bees to pollinate your garden and apothecary crops is just one of the important reasons to add beekeeping to your prepping routine.
Which homestead animals should you start with? Keep reading to discover which animals are the best to start with and why. #homesteadsurvivalsite #homesteading #homesteadanimals #livestock #homesteading
The decline in bees has sparked a newfound love for beekeeping. However, beekeeping will only work for those determined homesteaders who are committed. #homesteadsurvivalsite #beehive #beekeeping #beekeepingtips #bees
If moles are ruining your freshly planted garden bed, you have to get rid of them. There is one simple way to do it that works almost every time. #homesteadsurvivalsite #gardeningtips #gardenhacks #moles #killmoles
Livestock guardian dogs can protect your livestock from both four-legged predators and two-legged threats both now and especially during an SHTF scenario. #homesteadsurvivalsite #dogbreeds #livestock #homestead #dogs
Most people use pesticides to get rid of ants, but there are all-natural alternatives that are safer, cheaper, and effective.
When people talk about homestead animals, they’re usually referring to cows, goats, chickens, and other livestock, but you also need dogs and cats. #homesteadsurvivalsite #homestead #homesteading #animals #beginner