In this episode of the Homesteady Podcast K and Aust talk about training theri first time freshener Grasshopper to milk, and talk about the frustrations facing a person new to milking trying to train a new milk cow.
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Pigs are an awesome addition to any homestead. But pigs are heavy feeders, and can be quite expensive to get to market weight.
In today's episode we interview Dave and Jodi from White Bison Farm, and learn how they raise Idaho Pastured Pigs and
What can you expect with a first time freshener? What are the signs that a birth is going well, or not? What is it like to milk a cow for the first time?
These are just some of the many topics we covered in PT 2 of Keeping a family milk cow, al
DO YOU WANT A COW?
Have you ever considered getting a cow for your homestead?
Do you dream of one day milking a cow each morning?
If so you don't wanna miss this Livestream!
K and I will be talking about keeping a family milk cow.
Now that you have heard the big news... YES! We are expecting another baby!
We are so excited! We already can't wait to meet our new little munchkin...
But before the baby arrives we have a lot of work to do.
Our homestead has been operatin
When you leave a home to go on vacation you always worry about a few things... THat's why so many people will hire a house sitter to look after the house, pet, garden, etc.
Now add a few cows, pigs and camels to that mix... Yeah! Leaving the h
Months ago our oldest daughter started talking about missing goats. She was the caretaker of our last bunch of Nubians, and she really liked them.
K and I love letting our kids have animals of their own to care for. We both feel they learn so
Tune in to hear about our crazy spring! We have not 1, but 3 NEW ANIMALS to talk about, it should be a great show!
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Want to Start feeding your family from your land? There is NO EASIER WAY that raising meat birds! Join Us Today to talk Meat Chickens and how to grow enough to feed your family chicken all year long!
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We were shocked this week to find a little of pigs being born....
We bread our Kune Kune pigs, watch for signs of pregnancy, and even were preparing for the births!
But something caught us off guard, and when the dust settled we had 14 littl
Join us today to talk about new farm animals, choosing breeds, putting chickens out on pasture, starting homestead businesses and more!
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K actually said NO to an animal... I was SHOCKED!
I think we all agree the most fun part of homesteading is new animals... right?
A new breed of chickens, a pair of cute little goat kids, or your first cow!
It is SO FUN to get new animals.
Today we talk all about how to design a perfect 10-acre homestead for you!
First, we chat about what’s new in the barn! Our Camels have been keeping life on the homestead exciting!
NOW - HOW TO DESIGN A HOMESTEAD FROM SCRATCH?
We have a grea
We have some exciting news to share today!
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Homesteaders are more powerful in numbers.
From the earliest days of the homestead movement there have always been power in numbers.
So how can you build your own homestead community?
Join Nichole Sauce from the Living Free in Tennessee P
What do you need to get started beekeeping?
Why should you bring bees to your homestead in the first place?
Find out in this episode of the Homesteady Podcast.
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The pandemic we have lived through in the last few months has changed the world as we know it.
Changes that society was going to see in the next decade have been sped up because of the pandemic and the associated lock downs, political unrest, a
Years ago when Aaron and Liz started their first farm, they had no idea it would free them from corporate life. Fast forward years later, and these once "fake farmers" are now farming full time!
Through their Syman Says Farms Youtube Channel, L
The IPP... the IDAHO PASTURED PIG. It has made quite a lot of noise in the homesteading world.
There are a lot of big claims surrounding it. What is fact and what is myth?
Today we share an interview on the channel with Mouse Creek Farm who h
This week we got the worst news about our cow ladybug.
A routine disease test for our cows showed that Ladybug may be sick with Johnes Disease.
Johnes Disease is devastating. It is a wasting disease, that prevents a cow from absorbing nutrient
Today we talk with Tara and Russel from Camel Connection all about this amazing animal! Are you interested in Camels? Check out Camel Connection here www.camelconnection.comSee their Youtube Channel here - https://www.youtube.com/user/RussellOs
Today we talk with Tara and Russel from Camel Connection all about this amazing animal!
Are you interested in Camels? Check out Camel Connection here
See their Youtube Channel here - https://www.youtube.com/user/Russ
Learn all about raising rabbits on the homestead in today's episode of the podcast! Dana Thompson, author of
Raising Meat Rabbits in a Colony is joining us to talk Meat Rabbits 101!
Dana (said Daah naah, not the classic American Dayna) is a h
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Some people are worried, with this pandemic spreading, have they missed their opportunity to grow their own food?
NO! You can grow your own food even now!
In this episode we share a few ways you can grow food now, and fast!
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