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The Best Herbs For Chickens To Eat? These Are Them (Plus One For First Aid!) [Podcast]

Knowing which herbs are good for your hens (and why) is critical to raising chickens naturally. Bloggers: Feel free to use this infographic on your site as long as you give credit to FrugalChicken and provide a link to the FrugalChicken website.


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from Pioneer Settler

Raise A Plump Juicy Farm-Raised Turkey For Thanksgiving

Getting Started With Turkey Poults | Do This Now For A Plump Juicy Farm-Raised Turkey For Thanksgiving | Homesteading Tips

Raising Alpacas - Have you ever thought about adding Alpacas to your homestead? This is a comprehensive list of pros and cons and what you need to know about this cute little alpaca. Check it out and see if they are right for you.

from sofeminine

Cute animal pictures: 100 of the cutest animals!

A little #lamb always has time to stop and smell the flowers. #cute #animals


Someone thinks me a target. lol Funny thing is I go by a general rule. Let them out enough rope, never let your assumptions or senses be discovered but wait. Where would be the justice of judging someone until the proof is obtained in evidence. Went to even medically help this person, but in the night they plot and I saw it in the eye. I'm looking like a sheep to them. Deep impacted rot for brains, they have. Felt the monster from the cavern of his filthy thoughts. Actions he will make soon.


raise wool animals -I raise wool animals for yarn. The beginning of any wool yarn starts with fiber harvested from a wool producing animal. This is why we got into the world of keeping fiber goats and sheep. Beginning with Pygora Goats, we started to raise wool animals. I don’t spin on a spinning wheel and frankly, I have no desire right now to learn how to do that. Read more on the blog