Making your own disinfectant spray isn’t as hard as it sounds. There are plenty of household items that can reduce the germs in your home.
Keeping your livestock cool in the summer is vital to their health and crucial when raising livestock to feed your family.
Trees are a homesteader’s best friend. They provide shelter from the sun, wind, and rain. And they often have medicinal properties or produce food—or both.
When considering which kind of bird to get, you may find that ducks are better. Consider these tips on why ducks are worth getting instead of chickens.
Many would argue that no homestead is ever finished; there is always something to work on, even decades down the road. It takes time and patience.
While you may see PVC pipe in your home being used for plumbing lines, it has a lot of other uses that help organize and simplify work on the homestead.
Although ginger has been around for centuries, there is a new upswing of interest. The medicinal qualities alone is enough reason to start growing it.
We have put together 100 links to the top homesteading skills that have worked for us in our quest to homestead. From videos to articles to books and more.
Being frugal and making resources count is an essential on the homestead. Stretching your resources is that much more critical during a recession.
While banana peels on the ground can be a slipping hazard, they also provide some much-needed nutrients to plants. Here’s how to use them in the garden.