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Ben Falk: Adaptive Land Homesteading Video

Ben Falk: Adaptive Land Homesteading Video

Ben Falk’s video on Adaptive Land and Infrastructure Systems for a Changing World, is incredibly thought provoking.

34 Tips For Finding the Ultimate Survival Retreat

34 Tips For Finding the Ultimate Survival Retreat

Choosing and purchasing a bug out property is a daunting task. If you are considering a survival retreat, here is a handy guide to help you find the best spot.

Raising Farm Animals for the First Time

Raising Farm Animals for the First Time

Before you can reap the benefits of raising animals, you will need to consider first how to feed, shelter, and protect them.

Rabbits As A Survival Food Source

Rabbits As A Survival Food Source

As a prepper who wants to know I can survive some possible disaster scenarios, it makes sense to me, because it’s something I can do “right here and now” as a practical survival skill that isn’t socially unacceptable and which will thus be in place already if some disaster scenario does take place.

The FDA Does Not Have to Ban Antibiotic Use in Livestock, Court Rules

Court Rules In Favor of FDA Not Banning Antibiotics in Livestock

Despite evidence that antibiotic use in animals that are used for food can be harmful to public health, a court has ruled that the FDA does not have to ban their use.

Killing Our Dinner i.e. What Homesteading is Really All About

Killing Our Dinner

We finally did it. We dispatched, dressed, and cooked our first homegrown rabbit.

When Your Egg Basket Runneth Over: 4 Ways to Use Up Eggs

When Your Egg Basket Runneth Over: 4 Ways to Use Up Eggs

When your egg basket runneth over, use these tricks to making the most of your egg supply.

Homemade Chicken Suet Treats

Homemade Chicken Suet Treats

Keeping chickens is one of the best decisions I have ever made. My chickens get to free range and I get eggs in return. To thank them for keeping my family fed, I like to make them these tasty suet treats made of their favorite snacks.

Pig Virus Kills 7 Million Piglets In The US: One Teaspoon Of The Virus Is Enough To Wipe Out The Entire US Herd

Swine Epidemic: One Teaspoon Strong Enough To Wipe Out US Herd

With food costs already soaring an increase in the price of pork due to supply shortages is the last thing anyone needs. In addition farmers face high costs in disposing of infected carcasses, something that many can ill afford.

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