It is vital to take time out of the day to relax. Try some of these productive hobbies to kill extra time. Often your hobby can turn into an additional source of income.
“Within the first few weeks of Easter, an estimated 30 percent of all Easter ‘pets’ die, and another 70 percent to 80 percent are abandoned or turned in to shelters.” Our warped society has turned living animals (that require adequate shelter and food), into playthings. And, as with all toys, children grow old of them and move on to other things.
Let’s take a look at how homesteaders, hunters, survivalists and anyone else can waste as little of an animal as possible.
There is no such thing as over-preparation when it comes to your food supply. Don’t wait until the last minute to position yourself and your family for long-term survivability.
The argument could be made the meaning preppers are searching for is the ability to satisfactorily provide for their families, to which I say is only one side of the coin for people such as myself.
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.
McClung’s goal was to feed a family of five and within a calendar year, their Garden Pool saved the family 75 percent on their grocery bills.
Even more important is a sustainable supply of protein-based foods. There are several options for survivalists and preppers, including vegan gardening, domesticated animals, and hunting and fishing.
here is an easy solution to getting your chickens to lay eggs in all of their nest boxes.