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I'm so surprised to find out why tomatoes split and the tricks to preventing it is so obvious. How did I not think of that........

Chicken Toys - Why they are important and how you can provide them - BackYard Chickens Community

Knoxville News Sentinel artist Don Wood created this design for our Food & Home front today about the variety of colored eggs produced by different breeds of chickens. Wood drew each chicken by hand. (NO link) - infographic

Weekend Homesteader. Encouraging self sufficient, self sustainable living.

Vegetables for early spring

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Fresh Eggs Daily: DIY Breakfast of Champion Layers Chicken Feed Mix

Fresh Eggs Daily®: Breakfast of Champion Layers

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Rainbarrel Tutorial: How to make a rain barrel The total cost of making one barrel (including the cost of the barrel) is about $15-20.

Rainbarrel Tutorial: How to make rainbarrel

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Tips for Growing Great Carrots » The Homestead Survival // Great Gardens & Ideas //

Tips for Growing Great Carrots | The Homestead Survival

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The Most common reasons for a drop in egg production and what can be done to get chickens back to work

Decrease in Egg Production: Causes & Solutions

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Garden irrigation

To encourage your chickens to drink in hot weather fill a dish with ice water & dump in black oil sunflower seeds. They drink as they go for the seed.

How to Make a Greenhouse Planting Bench for Under $25 in Just One Day! » The Homestead Survival

Consider reducing your garbage output through composting. Here's everything you need to get started.

Composting for the Homeowner - University of Illinois Extension

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save money on chickens and get beautiful eggs like these

5 ways to save money on chickens

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Backyard homestead - There is a lot you can do in a quarter acre...and if you have a smaller yard, you should take a look at the 10th of an acre plan!

Freshwater Shrimp: Still Not A Midwestern Cash Crop

Freshwater Shrimp: Still Not A Midwestern Cash Crop

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one in the chicken coop with extra large added to it for when we leave town and one in the duck yard under cover for rain I can put calcium and grit

Blaines Chicken Coop

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What to feed laying hens: mix of ryegrass, flax, buckwheat, millet, clover, trefoil and alfalfa. Plant in flats lined with screen, water daily and in 3 weeks have forage for your chickens.

Alternative Gardning: What to feed laying hens

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Thy Hand Hath Provided: Braiding Garlic

Thy Hand Hath Provided: Braiding Garlic

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