Drip Irrigation - Simple fittings make putting a system together very easy. Using drip irrigation will enable you to save water last through runoff and evaporation. Easy, convenient and cost effective.

Garden Row Snip-n-Drip Soaker System lets you create a convenient watering system for your vegetable garden. No special tools required — just use scissors to cut the hoses to the sizes you need. Snap the fittings in place and you’re ready to water.

Goats - tires filled with cement helps keep hooves trimmed

Create a goat playground with old tires - filled with cement helps keep hooves naturally trimmed

The chicken coop/garden - YES!

A system for easily rotating chicken yard and garden areas while keeping the coop in one place. Kevin had this same idea for or garden area.

Birthing pens with hay storage above. I like the hay on top- #babygoatfarm

Birthing pens with hay storage above. (not sure about hay storage above - fire hazard)

LOVE this idea!! :) Roosts over poop board with introduction cage underneath on one side and food and water on the other.

LOVE this idea with storage underneath and a place to keep hens for whatever reason. Roosts over poop board with introduction cage underneath on one side and food and water on the other.

goat barn  Sleeping shelf and pallet hay feeder

Build a resting bench with enough room for Your goats to walk underneath & lay down in deep warm bedding. Bedded 'den' areas under benches or inside study open sided wooden boxes will help trap body heat for warmth during extreme cold winter temperatures.

Amish Whitewash for chicken coop interior: 1 gallon water; 2 pounds salt; 7 pounds hydrated lime. **The lime is fine so wear a respirator while mixing and gloves because it is caustic.** Use warm water, dissolve salt. Stir in lime until dissolved. Apply with sprayer or paint brush. Whitewash is not waterproof so use for indoors only. It is used to kill bacteria and vermin, to deodorize, and to brighten interiors.

Amish Whitewashing: Mixing whitewash to paint the inside of the chicken coop. It's non-toxic, and kills bacteria & insects. It's not a paint, it's a water, salt, & hydrated lime solution that you apply yearly.

square bale feeder for goats. I like this. It will keep the hay from getting ruined.

square bale feeder for goats. It will keep the hay from getting ruined. Just in case I have farm animals someday lol

A list of chicken predators and the signs they leave behind

A list of chicken predators and the signs they leave behind I've lost chicken to fox and hawks, and ducks to weasels (not mentioned in this article - they actually made tiny puncture marks in necks and drank the blood! Little vampires!

Smart & inexpensive way to make a feeder. Need to make about 5 of these!

Smart & inexpensive way to make a feeder. Pig feed barrels cut open to fit fencing to make a goat feeder.

coop door  chicken coop ideas

Building a Chicken Coop - coop door chicken coop ideas Building a chicken coop does not have to be tricky nor does it have to set you back a ton of scratch.

Pallet chicken coop. I LOVE this design! What a great way to build inexpensively.

As you can see in this wooden pallet coop that there is an open roof which is placed on three big wood pallet planks. Make this wooden pallet coop under a tree

The Backyard Homestead Guide to Raising Farm Animals by Gail Damerow. A compendium of information on chickens, ducks, geese, turkeys, rabbits, goats, sheep, cattle, pigs and honey bees

1603429697 - The Backyard Homestead Guide to Raising Farm Animals: Choose the Best Breeds for Small-space Farming, Produce Your Own Grass-fed Meat, Gather Fresh Rabbits, Goats, She.

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