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How to Harvest your Rabbits
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Farm and Online Classes
Anyone Can Farm Homestead Guild provides the highest quality, most up to date continuing education courses on homesteading practices. Courses are available online and on the farm in Marion, Michigan.
Homestead Hog Harvest MAINE: December 11-13
Homestead Hog Harvest On Beaver Island: November 13-15, 2020
Homestead Hog Harvest Class #2: December 4-6, 2020 (Deposit only)$200.00
How to Process Chickens$9.99
How to Harvest your Rabbits$9.99
Bill of Rights document$0.00
Homestead Hog Harvest: How to harvest: online video course$49.99
How to Castrate Piglets$9.99
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Around the Homestead – News, and Information
Everyone keeps talking about "bone broth!" So, we've been asked "What is bone broth?" Bone broth is the product of animal bones simmered in water for a length of time. The simmering over time pulls the nutrients out of the bones and cartilage. Once strained, the...
"Do you like butchering chickens?" We get asked this question fairly often through the summer. The answer, in a nutshell, is "NO." So, why do we do it? I made a quick video recently asking the kids that question: https://youtu.be/uss_i0eRYwU The simple answer is...
Chicken Pierre Turn simple chicken legs into a meal that is taste-approved by family and a bit more elegant than a casserole. 8 pieces Chicken drumsticks, thighs, or legsBreading Mix1/4 c. millet flour ((can substitute regular flour))1/2 tsp. salt1 dash ground...
We asked for recipe ideas on Facebook recently and got a great response. So many yummy ways to prepare chicken breast! Here's one that really caught our attention--mostly because the recipe got posted. We thought we'd share it with you. Need ideas for a quick...
OK. First things first. What on earth is an "LZ" you ask? An “LZ” is an acronym for a “Landing Zone.” In adapting this military concept to our purposes, it is an area where we can land/stop, interact with local people, and deliver needed supplies (in this case...
The Wonder Of It All: Pastured Poultry and the Joy of Farming Why do we raise our chickens outside on grass (aka: "Pastured Poultry)? Because it's good for the chicken, good for the farm, and good for us. Mark shares about raising pasture poultry in this video, as...
This recipe for Spicy Chicken Rub is an easy and tasty way to dress up a roasted chicken! By the way, chickens come in all sizes, but are generally grouped into three categories: Cornish hen: 2.5 to 3.5 pounds Fryer: 3.5 to 4.0 pounds Roaster: 4.0 pounds and up Small...
Did you know your body breaks down in the presence of anger, frustration, excessive stress, and hate? Did you know you were made to function healthfully in love, joy, and peace? I've been reading about health lately as I've pursued some health issues for myself and...
Baked Chicken with Bacon: Farmstead Kitchen Recipe Need a quick but exquisite dinner? Here's your recipe! Baked Chicken with Bacon. In the video, you'll get a tutorial on how to use a whole chicken to make this recipe, and why you might consider starting with a...