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Happy 1 Year blog Birthday! Homesteadingforwomen.com turned 1 today! Thank you!

Over 50 great ideas to help you get rid of ants wi…

57 All Natural Ways To Get Rid Of Ants

Over 50 great ideas to help you get rid of ants without using harmful chemicals. recipes to kill ants, kill ant mounds, repel ants, and keep ants out of your home.

Chickens LOVE a dust bath, and surprisingly rabbits do too! Why not set up a dust bath for them to help treat parasites while they are at it?

The Ultimate Chicken and Rabbit Dust Bath Recipe

Did you know chickens love a dust bath? They use it to naturally repel fleas, mites, ticks and lice. This is our own recipe for the Ultimate Chicken Dust Bath

Chickens Backyard Tips, 5 things to never feed your chickens from homesteadingforwomen.com

Don't Feed Chickens This! 5 Things You Should Never Feed Your Chickens

5 things Never Feed Chickens, dry beans, moldy food, avocado, green potatoes and skins and chocolate.

Make money on your hobby farm or small homestead with these 28 ideas.

Copy Paste Earn Money - Make money on your hobby farm or small homestead with these 28 ideas. - You’re copy pasting anyway.Get paid for it.

Farm Chores for Kids | The Easy Homestead (.com)

Farm Chores for Kids - By Age

Looking for a simple list of farm chores for kids? All homestead kids should help with the responsibilities of the family farm. Here's a quick list!

Chickens Backyard, Chicken Coop for Baby Chicks, DIY Chicken Coop #raisingchickensforbeginners #DIYchickencoopplans #chickencoopdiy

Chickens Backyard, Chicken Coop for Baby Chicks, DIY Chicken Coop #raisingchickensforbeginners #DIYchickencoopplans #chickencoopdiy

How to take a vacation when you have a homestead or small farm: Keep farm jobs low maintenance, plan trips at the right time, & hire help. Get the details!

If you are anxious about these things, then this is probably the best beginner front yard landscaping ideas from that you can use.

Save money on chicken feed, reduce dependence on industrial monocultures, make your chickens happier and their eggs healthier. Give them access to good habitat, let help in the compost, feed them from the vegetable garden, grow fodder, and raise grubs are just some of the possibilities discussed here. In short, think of chickens as part of a permaculture design.

Save Money on Chicken Feed with Natural, Healthful Alternatives -

Save money on chicken feed, reduce dependence on industrial monocultures, make your chickens happier and their eggs healthier with these ideas.

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.

7 Herbs For Chickens

Knowing the best herbs for chickens to eat is critical to raising them naturally. And Tarragon, Thyme, Dill, Cilantro and Oregano.

DIY Chick Brooder - its chick season, keep them warm! Want one of your own? Adopt today! www.SPCAmc.org

DIY Chick Brooder

DIY Chick Brooder - its chick season, keep them warm! This outta be a lot better than a cardboard box lol

Wood ash on the homestead

10 + Ways To Use Wood Ash On The Homestead ~

Wood ash on the homestead

With all the choices, it can be hard to decide which of the fence options best fit your needs. Get to 411 on all your fencing options and make an informed decision.

The Ultimate Guide to Fence Options of the Farm

It doesn't matter where you live, in the country or a high rise apartment...you can be a homesteader. Follow these simple tips and tricks to make more, use less and save money and resources! via @SLcountrygal

Learn how to homestead no matter where you live!

How to keep your chickens water from freezing this winter. No more breaking ice!

How to keep your chickens water from freezing this winter. No more breaking ice!

You can homestead on just a quarter of an acre and this is what you have the potential to harvest!

Beekeeping is one of the oldest forms of food production dating back as far back as BC.

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