We’ve written a few ebooks about different aspects of homesteading and small farming…
Are you thinking of making a move to the country? Whether you’re wanting a 1/2 acre outside of town or 160 acres in the woods, you’ll want to know these tips to consider. Here are “15 Things to Know About Living in the Country” – things to think about before you make the move.
This short eBook will get you thinking of the things you should look into before buying your country property.
When we first moved to the Cariboo, we got a few chickens and needed to outfit their coop. Instead of paying the bigger bucks for a galvanized feeder, here’s what Graham made from stuff we had on hand.
Need a chicken feeder? Why pay more than $35 for a feeder at the store?
Make your own hanging chicken feeder in less than an hour for about $10.
Step by step instructions along with photos.
Get a copy of Build Your Own Hanging Chicken Feeder on Amazon and save about $40!
We like wine. We grow berries. Berries make great Wine. Wild berries make awesome FREE wine. So…
We love creating our own wine. It’s not hard to do – follow our recipe and process to create a batch of your own. Make Your Own Saskatoon Raspberry Wine. Recipe is for a 5 gallon batch, but you can easily reduce the recipe to a 2 1/2 gallon or even a 1 gallon batch. If you enjoy wine, begin making your own. Get a batch started today and find out how easy it really is.
Since we usually raise some meat birds each year, we thought we would share our knowledge about the process.
Learn about raising your own meat! From choosing which breed of chicks to order to setting up a homemade brooder to growing them out – everything you need to know is here.
8 Pounds in 8 Weeks: Raising Day Old Chicks for the Dinner Table will explain everything you need to know.
Get some meat in the freezer this year – if you raise your own, you know what is in their feed and how healthy they are.
Want to make some money from gardening this year? Grow enough for your family and for you to sell at the local Farmers Market. If you’ve got the room (hint: plant closer together!) you can make some good money growing healthy fresh food for other people.
From Dirt to Dollars: A Guide to Selling at the Farmers Market will outline what you will want to do:
What are the top money makers when it comes to vegetables?
- How important are value added products?
- What is the ONE most important thing to do in order to make the most money possible every week?
- What are the pros and cons of attending weekly versus monthly?
Forty pages of information for you to follow and become successful at selling at markets, exhibitions and fairs.
There you have it – a complete list of our books available to you. Enjoy!
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15 Things to Know About Living in the Country$0.99Add to cartSHARE it if you LOVE it!
8 Pounds in 8 Weeks: Raising Chicks for the Dinner Table$8.99Add to cartSHARE it if you LOVE it!
Delicious Dandelions: A Recipe Collection$5.99Add to cartSHARE it if you LOVE it!
From Dirt to Dollars: A Guide to Selling at the Farmers Market$7.99Add to cartSHARE it if you LOVE it!
How to Build a Hanging Chicken Feeder$4.99Add to cartSHARE it if you LOVE it!
Making Wild Wine: Saskatoon Raspberry$4.99Add to cartSHARE it if you LOVE it!