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I fed my two day old baby lamb the artificial colostrum for 24 hours and then switched to a lamb milk replacement. I switched cold turkey (sorry I misread
I have a few back yard hives in Yakima, Washington and I find my bees love the walker cat mint all day long. I planted yarrow as have seen it as a recommendation
How to make moonshine whiskey at home using a pressure cooker still with video instructions, recipes, including a peach moonshine recipe and videos from Popcorn Sutton.
I've tried to save lambs even when I didn't have any idea on how to take care of them, because sheep herders, that don't have any time for them, try and
My husband is 51 and I am 48. Healthy and well read in preparation for homesteading / farming. I would like to know your opinion of older folks changing
Take 1-3lbs rhubarb and cut into small pieces, place into a 2 or 3 qt kettle. Put in 1 cup raisins or 2 cups blueberries ,1 cup sugar and 16ozs shine.
I grew up eating home cooked meals and desserts made from scratch. My mother always used her simple little cake recipe and flavored it with whatever we
What a lovely story you have told. I loved reading this and your other stories, and I really like the way you write - like it is. I'm sure you've been
Add a handful of lemon balm to your elderberry wine. This gives your country wine a smooth finish.
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We have had a problem with bats coming inside for some months now and making it their home! We have an eco-friendly approach and would love to know
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