Repel Flies: 11 Plants that Repel Flies ~ Bless My Weeds
Natural ways to repel flies from your home and yard. 11 plants that will keep pests at bay while looking great and serving you numerous other purposes! Tips to keep pesky flies away, just with your plants!
Sustainable Solar-Dynamic Bio-Benign Design: Offering Better Ways to Live, at Less Cost Today and Tomorrow, Anywhere on Earth
Solviva design for sustainable living: solar design, year-round organic energy self-sufficient food production, non-polluting wastewater management, sheep and hand-dyed yarn and hand-knitted sweaters
Grow Your Own Sprouts on Your Kitchen Counter Top Project | The Homestead Survival
A Life Unprocessed website shares how to grow seeds to sprouts. You can grow a huge different variety of seeds that have different nutrients and flavors.
Sprout Guide: How to Sprout Grains, Nuts and Beans - Dr. Axe
The benefits of sprouting can include digestive support, better nutrient absorption and improved metabolism. Learn how to sprout grains.
Homesteading Resources | Pampered Chicken Mama: Raising Backyard Chickens
A listing of homesteading resources to help beginners. Learn about livestock, chickens, homestead cooking, and more.
The Best Backyard Chicken Breeds
There are many different chicken breeds to choose from so we have put together the following summary guide for selecting the best backyard chicken breed for you
How to Make Grazing Boxes for Your Chickens to Cut Feed Costs
DIY grazing boxes make for happy grass fed chickens. They're a great way to save on the cost of raising backyard chickens (and other poultry), too!
Portland Chickens on Instagram: “I decided to label which chicken laid what color in case anyone was wondering. #eggs #eggcolors #dscolor”
644 Likes, 85 Comments - Portland Chickens (@portlandchickens) on Instagram: “I decided to label which chicken laid what color in case anyone was wondering. #eggs #eggcolors…”
Flies in the Coop How to Get Rid of Them Naturally
Flies in the coop is something that everyone with chickens deals with. What most of us want is a natural way to keep flies in the coop to a minimum.