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Are you thinking to start raising chicks and/or duckling? Keeping backyard chicken and ducks is a wonderful way to offset your food costs by getting fresh eggs or meat. This is the best way to have self-sufficient lifestyle. But there are some specifics you’ll want to know before bringing your first chicks or duckling home for the best success. Tod…
 
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Taking a vacation as a homesteader is possible. Learn our tips and tricks to coordinate your chores, hire someone to care for your homestead, take a break and avoid burnout. Some places to hire help: Your local 4H Club Neighbors or Close Family Craigslist Local Farming Groups on Facebook Plan your vacation out well in advance, utilize modern tools …
 
Today we are joined by the lovely Lisa Lombardo as she shares her homesteading journey and talks about her new book The Beginner's Guide to Backyard Homesteading. Lisa talks about how she went from farm girl to suburban modern homesteader and how she's learned to become self sufficient on one acre. She's also here to share her new book The Beginner…
 
The way COVID-19 has broken the supply chain has brought significant changes to how we shop and where we can find food. It has also brought awareness to how important small producers are in keeping us fed. In this episode, we're talking about the importance of supporting small producers and how we can find food locally. Links mentioned in this epis…
 
In this episode, we're talking about the benefits of starting your garden from seed. We're focusing mainly on starting seeds indoors before your last frost date and sharing our favorite seed companies. Links mentioned in this episode: How to Start Seeds Indoors - The Rustic Elk Mary’s Heirloom Seeds Baker’s Creek Strictly Medicinals Kitchen Botanic…
 
In this episode, we're discussing our tips and recommendations for starting a garden, whether you're a beginner gardening for the first time, or you're an experienced gardener who has been frustrated with past attempts. We want to help you grow your own food this season, so we're talking about determining your planting zone, starting seeds, improvi…
 
What are some ways you can better prepare for an emergency without needing to hoard supplies or keep a large stockpile? In this episode, we're talking about ways that you can gain skills and learn how to be more self reliant so you can survive when your supply chain is broken. Survival doesn't mean hoarding toilet paper and shampoo. We're taking a …
 
Heritage pig breeds have gained popularity in recent years as homesteaders take more of an interested in raising sustainable pork on their own farms. Today, we're taking a look at some of the pros and cons of raising heritage pigs so you can decide if this may be an animal you'd be interested in adding to your farm. Links mentioned in this episode:…
 
Self Sufficiency means different things to a lot of different people, but is it a myth? Can we ever achieve true self sufficiency? Today we're talking about why community is such an important part of this journey and how we can sustainably learn to live without feeling the pressure to do everything ourselves. In this controversial episode, we take …
 
Bonnie from The Not So Modern Housewife and Danielle from The Rustic Elk are our hosts for the Beyond the Homestead Podcast. We are here to encourage you in your journey to self sufficiency and share our own stories and experiences with others. In this episode, we're getting to know a little bit about Bonnie and Danielle and how we hope this podcas…
 
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