Merry Christmas everyone! This episode is just for fun with no ads, just the family and I wishing you and yours a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.
I hope you enjoy this and it brings you a little Christmas cheer.
Christmas is a time for family, so in this episode I interview my mom. She got me started on this path of gardening, animal raising, and making things for myself (but my dad taught me the value of fixing things yourself so you don't have to pay someone else to do it, but that's a topic for a different day). In today's episode we talk about things like saving money by mulching your garden with leaves, grass, wood chips, animal manure, and garden waste. We also talk about how to find cheap tools. The last topic we discuss is how our strawbale gardens did compared to the lasagna style garden.
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This is what's up, Doc. In today's episode we talk about what rabbit products. The things that can be made and sold with the help of our smallest livestock, rabbits. We cover items such as, manure for fertilizer, hides, meat, and live rabbits.
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Our friend Marty from Black Flag Farms wrote in about some of the plants he is planning on growing next year. I thought it would be a good idea to do an episode on what to grow with and around these few plants. Some of the plants we talk about are tomatoes, onions, asparagus, strawberries, cucumbers and squash.
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Chris Hodge is our Radio DJ here at Haven Homestead.