Category Archive: Homesteading

How to Hatch Chicks in a Homemade Incubator

We all know how important chickens are to any homestead. They are a great source of protein, both from their eggs and meat. In some cases, there are chickens that will lay every single day of the year, a total of 365 eggs just from one chicken! Usually, homesteaders starting out go and pick up …

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How to Dehydrate Vegetables

While trying to find out more information on Dehydrating Vegetables, I stumbled upon this “A to Z Guide to Dehydrating Vegetables”. It’s great, it talks benefits of dehydrating your vegetables, the good practices that one should follow, and how to store your vegetables. If you’re interested in learning how to dehydrate your vegetables, then this …

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How to Hatch Chicks in a Homemade Incubator

We all know how important chickens are to any homestead. They are a great source of protein, both from their eggs and meat. In some cases, there are chickens that will lay every single day of the year, a total of 365 eggs just from one chicken! Usually, homesteaders starting out go and pick up …

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How to Dehydrate Vegetables

While trying to find out more information on Dehydrating Vegetables, I stumbled upon this “A to Z Guide to Dehydrating Vegetables”. It’s great, it talks benefits of dehydrating your vegetables, the good practices that one should follow, and how to store your vegetables. If you’re interested in learning how to dehydrate your vegetables, then this …

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18 Ways to Use Plastic Barrels for Homesteading

Lightweight, yet durable and economical, 55 gallon plastic drums are a smart choice when looking for an alternative to steel.   Aside from storing hazardous materials, there are many great ways to repurpose a 55-gallon plastic barrel in your everyday living.   Click below to see 17 genius homestead uses for a 55-gallon plastic barrel 18 Ways …

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15 Ways to Use a Galvanized Tub for the Home and Garden

Learning to be resourceful is great for anyone who wants to be prepared for emergencies. You don’t need to be put into an emergency situation in order to practice your resourcefulness. For example, here are 15 Way Creative Resourceful uses for a Galvanized Tub in your home or garden: 15 Ways to Use a Galvanized …

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