Creating your own fodder system is an economic solution to ensuring your livestock receives a well-rounded diet. This nutrient-dense diet will keep your animals healthier and happier in the process, thus reducing vet bills. Keep these tips in mind and create an ever-growing fodder system for your livestock.
Store bought vitamin c may not be the most nutritious option since it is a source of GMO corn and added with benign fillers. Learn this easy trick for making your own vitamin C powder that has more nutrition than the store-bought version.
Even though we are usually given fair warning of winter storms, there are unpredictable circumstances and you should be prepared to face them. Use this checklist to fortify your home for winter to help you have a better chance at thriving in these circumstances.
Winter brings about erratic weather patterns and chances are that we may be caught in them while we are driving. Having an emergency kit in our vehicles will help to ensure our basic needs are met.
Chicken coops need a little T.L.C. during the winter months. Here are 6 ways to winterize your coop and keep your chickens warm and cozy.
Your chickens will love this special treat and you will love the added health benefits of a healthy flock.
Natural emergencies not only disrupt our lives but our food supplies as well. Learn how to protect your perishable food supply during power disruptions and how to maintain basic sanitation practices during emergencies.
When water is unavailable, we must tap into other sources for emergency use. According to FEMA, there are sources in the home that you can access for emergency water.
We must prepare for the unexpected, and there are times when the unexpected will be time sensitive. Having medical response packs pre-assembled for those time crucial moments can help in better and more efficient medical care.