Pine Cone Mulch - an attractive border and maybe a practical way to keep dogs and cats out of your garden beds. As they breakdown, they will add nutrients to your garden too. Pine cones also look great as a decorative mulch for container gardens.
Make one special photo charms for your pets, compatible with your Pandora bracelets. Did you know that some breeds of ducks lay eggs just like chickens? Here are several reasons why you might want to raise ducks yourself!
Make one special photo charms for your pets, compatible with your Pandora bracelets. Not sure what to feed? Not sure what duck breed to get? Here's a beginner's guide to raising ducklings on the homestead. From FrugalChicken
The Homestead Survival Easy Clean Duck Pond Homesteading
The ONE single question I get most often about raising ducks (even more often than “what should I feed them?”), is this: “How can I raise my ducklings to be friendly, and enjoy being with me?” In this post, you’ll find my best tips for how to raise friendly ducks – tips I’ve found...
Wondering if your hen is serious about brooding? Here are five signs of a broody duck to guide you!
One of the advantages of owning a small acreage is that you can grow your own fruits and vegetables while at the same time getting fresh farm eggs from your chickens.
How to Store Vegetables Over the Winter: Modern and Vintage Storage Tips - If you grow your own vegetables storing the stuff you don’t eat or sell is important not only for a survival perspective but it's a great way to save money and have homegrown vegetables out of season. #foodstorage #homestead