Whether you keep poultry, cows, sheep, goats or other types of livestock, there are predators that will try to make a meal out of your animals, and there are common principles and methods you can use to protect your livestock from said predators. #homesteadsurvivalsite #predators #livestock #homesteading #homestead
There are insects that are edible and nutritious for humans and livestock alike, but here we will talk about grasshoppers, crickets, and mealworms. #homesteadsurvivalsite #livestock #farminginsects #farming #homestead
Ducks are hardy, relatively disease free, easy to care for, reliable egg producers, and are exceptional foragers. Here are 8 tips for raising healthy ducks.
By taking advantage of the relationship between plants, animals, and soil, we can boost productivity and limit the work we need to do in the garden.
Invasive plants can be a major time sink, taking over gardens and decreasing ecological diversity. Here are 7 common types and how to deal with them.
Even the most healthy plants can succumb to disease, but if you know what to watch for and how to treat it, you’ll catch it early and nip it in the bud.
If you want a healthy garden, whether decorative or an edible vegetable garden, you absolutely need to incorporate flowers.
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If you’re a new gardener, there are many things you can do and specific vegetables you can grow to make your gardening experience easier.
Spraying poison on your food may not be the best idea. Fortunately, there are many effective organic, all-natural ways you can control pests in the garden.