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Animals; Livestock

● livestock: 7-Simple-Steps-for-Raising-Chickens-Acre-Life.pdf
● livestock: Birds: We Should Be Alarmed by the Staggering Decline of Birds A disturbing number of bird species are in rapid decline and at risk of extinction. Since birds act as a warning system for the state of our environment, we should all be concerned and working toward a solution.
● livestock: CDS-animals.pdf
● livestock: CDS-Honey-Bee-Clo2-Lackett-Oxodene.pdf
● livestock: CDS-mastitis-CLO2-for-cows-and-milk.pdf (224290)
● livestock: CDS-Mastitis-in-Cattle-treatment.pdf (26965)
● livestock: CDS-MMS-CLO2-for-cows-and-milk.pdf (228360)
● livestock: CDS-MMS-Mastitis-in-Cattle-treatment.pdf
● livestock: Guide-to-Raising-Dairy-Sheep.pdf
● livestock: Heritage Cattle Breeder Directory
● livestock: Homestead Cattle Association registry, resources
● livestock: Homestead & Miniature Cattle Resource Directory
● livestock:, un-used domain (owned by me)
● livestock: Heritage Horse Association, preserve rare horses
● livestock: nativebees.pdf
● livestock: Animals Role in Regenerative Agriculture-Interview with Will Harris, published 2016. Natural health expert and founder Dr. Joseph Mercola interviews Will Harris about how animals impact regenerative agriculture efforts.
● livestock: regenerative-beef-grass-fed-mercola.pdf
● livestock: regenerative-farming-mercola.pdf
● livestock: suture-Handout-EMIG.pdf
● livestock: sutures-Ethicon+Wound+Closure+Manual+101702.pdf
● livestock: sutures-Ethicon_Encyclopedia_of_Knots.pdf

Gardening, Food Preservation, misc.

● canning: Beginners Guide to Safely Preserve Can Ferment Dehydrate.pdf
● canning: Farm Girls Guide to Preserving the Harvest_How to Can.pdf
● canning: Small-Batch Preserving_Year-Round Recipes for Canning.pdf
● canning: Can It Ferment It More Than 75 Satisfying Small-Batch Can.pdf
● canning: Canning, Freezing, Storing Garden Produce; 1960-70s (
● canning: Preserving Everything_Can Culture Pickle Freeze Ferment.pdf

● catalog: AmericanHeirloomSeeds-nrcs.pdf
● catalog: Natural Farm Resources-Great Info-Lancaster-Ag_catalog.pdf
● catalog:

● eggs: Changing the Food System from the Bottom Up. (01:18:29) An interview with Ashley Armstrong, a certified personal trainer with a Ph.D., MS and BS in engineering, and cofounder of Angel Acres Egg Co., which specializes in low-PUFA (polyunsaturated fat) eggs. On average, her eggs contain 17 to 20 milligrams of linoleic acid (LA), which is about one-quarter of the LA found in conventional eggs. How PUFAs Impacted My Mitochondrial Health; Ashley Armstrong explains how the linoleic acid in her diet affected her health, and how removing it boosted mitochondrial function. (2:47)

● food storage: 17 Food Items to Hoard in a Crisis.pdf
● food storage: 56_items_to_Stockpile_In_Your_Easy_Cellar.pdf
● food storage: Shelf-Life-Estimate-of-Non-Perishable-Foods.pdf
● food storage: shelf-stable-food-mercola.pdf
● food storage: Preserving Food Without Freezing or Canning.pdf
● food storage: Produce-Storage-Guide_Misfits-Market-May-2020.pdf
● food storage: Step by step concrete root cellar. August Neverman
● food storage: Build_an_Easy_Root_Cellar.pdf
● food storage:
● food storage: The Joy of Keeping a Root Cellar. Here is a book about way more than the root cellar. It is about preserving all kinds of things and the different ways to preserve them. There is a lot of information in this book, plus history and recipes. 244 pgs.
● food storage: Prepping on a Budget; stocking up, emergency. Even if money is tight, there are still a lot of options.
● food storage: Common Sense Home Food Storage Archives; Food storage via canning, freezing, dehydrating (drying food), fermenting, root cellars.
● food storage: How to store food in buckets for over 20 Years (Common Sense Home) You can store bags of beans, rice, cornmeal, flour, sugar, salt, seeds, baking soda, pasta, wheat berries, potato flakes, or even survival supplies). For long time storage, place food in mylar bags, with +O2 (oxygen) absorber + dessicants if you live in humid areas. 5gal buckets hold about 30 to 35 pounds rice or beans per bucket. Technically you can put directly in 5gal buckets too, in plastic bags. Buckets can be sterilized by washing with 1 tsp bleach to 1 gal water.

● fruit: apples-organic-growing-guide.pdf
● fruit: cherries.pdf
● fruit: grapes.pdf
● fruit: peaches.pdf
● fruit: pears.pdf
● fruit: tree-fruits.pdf

● garden: an_Underground_Year-Round_Greenhouse.pdf
● garden: cold climate crops.pdf
● garden: covercrop.pdf
● garden: Fresh Food From Small Spaces.pdf
● garden: Dirt-free Potatoes and Thats No Hay.pdf (
● garden: grow-food-forage-without-owning-land-mercola.pdf
● garden: growing-organic-herbs.pdf
● garden: manures.pdf
● garden: marketgardening.pdf
● garden: foodsafety.pdf Good Agricultural Practices (GAP) illustrated guide to growing safe produce on your farm
● garden: Composting for a Fertile Homestead – Epi-3475 (Jack Spirko, A variety of composting and fertility building techniques for homestead and small farms. Rather then getting highly technical on the exact how to of methods we will discuss the basics of many methods, advantages, disadvantages, etc. so you an pick what is right for your situation.
● garden: Effects of Biodynamic Farming on Environment and Food Quality-Mercola Interview With Elizabeth Candelario (47:20). Eating real, nonprocessed food is the key to sustaining good health, but even when it comes to whole food, its quality is largely determined by how it was grown. Certified organic food helps avoid toxic contaminants such as pesticides. Growing food in nutrient-dense soils; to build good topsoil, you have to implement biodynamic, regenerative farming methods.
● garden: Local Food: Turning your Greens into Greenbacks by Brian Williams ( • August 7, 2017 • How to build strong local food systems. It goes beyond farmers' markets and CSA shares. To read more about local food and why it's important for building strong towns, visit our Food page.
● garden: Organic Gardening Tip "...toxic biosolids may be used even in organic farming, and may be found in USDA 100% organic compost, mulch and potting soil for use in your own backyard. These products do not need to disclose the presence of biosolids, but some companies will list “milogranite” on the label, which means it contains toxic biosolids. Your best alternative is to contact your local nursery and ask them if they use biosolids in their compost. Another alternative is to make your own, using a composting bin or wood chips for example. When it comes to buying organic food, the only way to find out if biosolids were used is to talk to the farmer." ~ Drug Companies Responsible for Severe Environmental Pollution, Analysis by Dr. Joseph Mercola, August 09, 2023.
● garden: 8 Natural & Homemade Insecticides: Save Your Garden Without Killing the Earth (
● garden: Using Colloidal Silver on Plants (
● homestead: 1/4 Acre.pdf
● homestead: 75_Obsolete_Items_That_Will_Again_Became_Indispensable_Book2.pdf
● homestead: DIY Natural Pool Manual free version.pdf
● homestead: How-To-Make-Money-From-Your-Land-Acre-Life.pdf
● homestead: Independence-Monthly_June_2016.pdf
● homestead: Independence-Monthly_July_2016.pdf
● homestead: Independence-Monthly_August_2016.pdf
● homestead: Independence-Monthly_September_2016.pdf
● homestead: Independence-Monthly_October_2016.pdf
● homestead: Independence-Monthly_December_2016.pdf
● homestead: Independence-Monthly_January_2017.pdf
● homestead: Independence-Monthly-February-2017.pdf
● homestead: Independence-Monthly_March_2017.pdf
● homestead: Independence-Monthly_April_2017.pdf
● homestead: Independence-Monthly-June-2017.pdf
● homestead: pressure treated wood-organic.pdf
● homestead: Project-Planner-Acre-Life.pdf
● homestead: The_Lost_Frontier_Handbook.pdf
● homestead: The_Lost_Ways.pdf
● homestead: The Lost Book of Superfoods by Charlie Evans.pdf
● homestead:
● homestead: 4000 Homesteading Prepping & Survival eBooks, Docs & PDFs (
● homestead:, homesteading tips for Beginners and Experts. How-to Articles on learning homesteading skills. The Homesteader's Free Library since 1997.
● homestead: Common Sense Home. Using sound judgment to be more self-reliant. Focusing on 9 main categories of homesteading skills: Gardening, Food Storage, Home Remedies, Natural Health, Homestead Animals, Solar and Sustainable Living, Preparedness, Recipes and Kitchen Tips, Herbs and Wildcrafting, and General Homesteading. The Common Sense Homestead, run by good people; a great resource with years of experience and research offering free ebooks, downloads & DIY articles.

● homestead communities: Parallel Societies: What They Are and How They Work (
● homestead communities: USDA_building_sust_farms.pdf Building Sustainable Farms, Ranches and Communities. A Guide to Federal Programs for Sustainable Agriculture, Forestry, Entrepreneurship, Conservation, Food Systems and Community Development.

● kitchen: Family Recipe Page
● kitchen: Farmers Cookbook.pdf
● kitchen: Handy-Kitchen-Substitutions.pdf
● kitchen: Top-7-Healthy-Kitchen-Essentials.pdf

● water: Hand Dug Water Well Step-by-Step Procedure (
● water: How To Drill A Well By Hand; 11 Things to Know (
● water: Dig Your Own Water Well ( Supply your property with a consistent off-grid water source, and save a bundle of cash, by drilling your own well.
● water: How to Easily Dig a Well on Your Property | | Homesteading | By Nick Oetken | Last updated on March 8, 2022.
● water: Hand Dug Wells ( manual methods to dig wells have been in existence for 1000s of years.
● water: A Homemade PVC Manual Well Pump
● water: Hand Dug Water Wells ( Digging & Using Hand Dug Drinking Water Wells Dug wells are usually constructed during dry weather when the water level is at its lowest, both for safety (less likely wet soils cause well collapse) and to determine the necessary depth of the dug well to obtain adequate water supply.
● water: Primary Water. Source of endless fresh water not taught about in school.

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