There are so many tools and supplies you need for a homestead. Some of them are so expensive that you’re better of renting than buying.
It can be hard to find homestead items, but your local thrift store might surprise you. There, you can get homesteading supplies without breaking the bank.
Whether your coronavirus quarantine is self-imposed or mandated, a supply of essentials will help put your mind at ease and keep your household running.
You may not need every homesteading tool that I use, but over time you’ll figure which ones you need for your homestead. Here are the essentials. #homesteadsurvivalsite #homestead #homesteading #offgrid #tools #supplies
These are my all-time favorite books for learning about self-sufficient living and using once you are living the homestead dream. #homesteadsurvivalsite #homesteading #books #offgrid #cookbooks #homestead
You can expect to find large farm machinery and livestock at auctions, but there are literally hundreds of other items that homesteaders can make use of. #homesteadsurvivalsite #homestead #homesteading #farming #offgridliving
There are many tools and supplies you need to have on your homestead, but there are a few in particular that people tend to forget about. #homesteadsurvivalsite #homesteadingsupplies #offgridliving #homesteading #farmtools
We took a tour of our dollar store with a survival perspective and found many cheap supplies that would be useful after a disaster.
If you’re going to live on a homestead this winter, especially one deep in the country, you need to do some prepping.
Setting up an off-grid kitchen is easier said than done. Most rely on electricity and electronics more than they realize (ovens, blenders, mixers, timers, and so forth). #homesteadsurvivalsite #offgrid #kitchengadgets #kitchentools #offgridliving