Thanksgiving Turkey Craft~From The Farm


Thanksgiving is rapidly approaching here in the United States. It’s less than a month away, really. Hard to believe that the summer and fall have just flown by. As a preparation for Thanksgiving, there are many cute “Martha Stewarty” crafts out there, but none nearly as cute, or simple, or even as cheap as this… [read more]

Game Night with #SmokehouseBBQ

#smokehousebbq is great for game night, fall parties, or anytime!

**This is a sponsored post for Farm Rich #SmokehouseBBQ but all opinions are 100% mine as always** I have some friends who are game night fiends. They take board games very seriously. Okay, so we do as well, and that’s why we enjoy hanging out with each other! Our favorites are Catan, Sorry, and Monopoly.… [read more]

LifeStraw-Clean Safe Water On The Go

lifestraw for clean water on the go~The Homesteading Hippy

Clean water is a necessity for life. No clean water=disease or even death. But, in an emergency situation or when you are on the go, how do you ensure you have clean water? Take a LifeStraw with you. This easy-to-use filtered water bottle removes 99.9999% of bacteria so you can rest assured that you will… [read more]

Canning Low Acid Veggies

recipes for canning with your pressure canner

In order to can low acid veggies like corn, okra, green beans and peas, you MUST use a pressure canner. No amount of time in a water bath canner will safely can these. And, once you get the hang of it, it’s fast and easy to do! Canning Corn: This is actually best if you… [read more]

Pressure Canning Recipes

recipes for canning with your pressure canner

Now that you have some of the pressure canning basics down, what’s next? Well, how about some pressure canning recipes to get you and your pressure canning cooking? Here’s a list of some of my “go to” pressure canning recipes that are easy enough for a beginner, and are useful enough for the most seasoned… [read more]

Prevention and Treatment of Sore Hocks on a Rabbit

treating and preventing sore rabbit hocks

When we first got our Angora rabbits, to say we were inexperienced in raising rabbits was an exaggeration. We knew NOTHING of rabbits. At all. Nothing about diseases, or health issues, or sore hocks. We quickly had to learn about prevention and treatment of sore hocks on a rabbit when our buck began losing weight… [read more]

Simply Natural Saturday

Simply Natural Saturdays Hosts Brittany at The Pistachio Project Brittney at Brittleby’s Corner Samantha at Crunchy Livin’ Mama Style Heather at The Homesteading Hippy Featured Post  Most Popular Post from Last Week Must Have, Must Grow Medicinal Herbs – Homestead Lady Check out the rules in the top image and link up your natural posts! Please note that if… [read more]

WonderOven Giveaway!

I have been hearing great things about the Wonder oven, a slow cooker that requires no electricity! And, one lucky reader is going to win one for themselves! Top Ten Features of My Wonder Oven The picture of our yummy, deliciously Autumn giveaway was taken by Joyce at My Wonder A group of bloggers… [read more]

How To Prepare For Winter-From The Farm


Getting prepared is the best defense against problems that arise. Winter comes to us every single year, and it shouldn’t take anyone by surprise, but it still does. Grow, Pray and Build has a great post on how to prepare for winter here! Now, let’s get on with the party, shall we??? This week’s favorites:… [read more]