Australian disaster prepper Peter (last name withheld by request) runs the online Aussie Oz Prepper Forum. The free service allows Australians with similar interests to share tips, ideas, and strategies about how to survive a catastrophe, either short or long-term. He eloquently, but efficiently points out the difference between survivalists and preppers when he says […]
Written by Bobby Akart at FreedomPreppers.com Have you heard? Ducks are the new chickens! For Preppers keeping chickens has always been the norm. As a prepper, we have a goal of being duel-sustainable. Our desire is like many in the preparedness community, to be more self-sufficient and I dream of getting back to the basics. As a result, chicken […]
By Allen Baler 4Patriots LLC To a survivalist, depending entirely on the world outside for a basic need is an unacceptable risk. The idea of not having a way of feeding their families in the event of a major calamity is an intolerable one. One of the most accessible ways of ensuring a steady supply […]
As a Permaculture Designer/Consultant I always try to help my Urban or Suburban clients raise animals in a self-sustainable manner (as much as possible) depending on their needs and their available resource. Many of you (including myself) love to raise animals or want to raise animals. Again, depending on your residential or locality zoning laws […]
Peel freshly laid hardboiled eggs with ease – without baking soda, or poking holes in them. Written and lived by Stephanie Dayle. Ever boiled up some eggs for a dish only to discover that you can’t peel them without destroying the egg? Then looked online to see an endless variety of experiments that range […]
Host: Renée aka Michigansnowpony It’s easier than you think to raise your own pork! If you have the space and your zoning allows it, you might want to consider raising a couple of pigs. Not only will you have the most delicious hams, chops, and bacon you can imagine, you’ll also have peace of mind knowing […]
By Linda Holliday Although the language is sometimes cumbersome, I still enjoy old books for learning homesteading skills. A favorite is the “1881 Household Cyclopedia of General Information.” This weekend I took time while it was raining to learn more about composting. Forty years ago, my mother sent us kids out every night to bury […]
Written By: Linda Holliday When my sister and I were youngsters, my mother pulled us in our toy wagon into the woods during small game season each fall. She surely got a workout as she lugged that wagon through furrowed cornfields and thick brush. To entertain us while she hunted, Mom looked for a springy […]
Emergency Preparedness for Your Pets. Pet Food, what to store and how to store it!
A wonderful article with detailed video tutorials on how to easily slaughter your own chickens for food storage.