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You can feel it in the air. The season is changing, and a homesteaders life changes with the changes in weather, sunlight, and temperature. We have enjoyed a very busy spring and summer. Goat kidding had us very busy, as did summer pasturing of animals, and milking goats. Our cows were dried off all spring […]
After experimenting all spring long on my cow fencing setup today I am back at the fencing building a new paddock. I have been building this cow pasture fencing very slowly, one paddock at a time. This is very much on purpose. I have learned that when you are new to a farm or farming […]
After a long winter of feeding our cows in our paddocks around the barn a problem has surfaced. Old hay and cow manure mixed creates an organic sludge that prevents water from draining. Standing water around your barn is bad for animals. Cows and Goats can get foot rot, fly problems can worsen, and overall […]
Last week we spent some time setting up a fence for our cows on pasture. Like most things in Homesteading, we didn’t get it right the first time. So tonight we redo it! Is this your first time here at Homesteady? Join our Email List so you don’t miss out on our daily homesteading videos […]
If you are homesteading to feed your family, these 2 animals will give you more food than any other! If you have a homestead that is focused on feeding your family, and you have enough room and pasture to keep one happy… You should get a family milk cow. No other animal can produce so […]