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Hi from Arkansas!

Mon Mar 02, 2015 3:18 pm by Arkyrick

Hi Yall, Arkyrick here, My wife and I live on a 7 acre homestead in NW AR. and have access to several other acres to farm vegetables and raise cattle, chickens, goats and pigs. We have been doing this since about 05 when we sold our city home and moved into a 29' camper on our land, we lived in the camper while we built our house and out buildings. We raise our own meat eggs and vegetables and …

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Greetings from Arizona

Fri Dec 05, 2014 6:01 pm by KC574

Just stumbled across this forum while seeking a replacement to a forum to which I belonged for the past ten years. My name is KC in the female sense. I have a small stead in southeastern AZ in the high desert and I love it here. I am pretty much a golden rule kind of gal though I do occassionally put my foot in my mouth as I am also one of those who tells it like she sees it. I am a retired …

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new member intro

Tue Feb 04, 2014 7:26 am by hettick1

I wondered on to this forum while looking for what to do about a weak bottle lamb.

I raise sheep in NE Ohio and have had some kind of sheep since 1997. Now, I have 14 registered Icelandic sheep and my husband has a mixture of others, including a few purebred Tunis my daughter shows and our new Texel ram. We have a total of 30 sheep plus two 10 day old Suffolk lambs that weren’t expected …

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Hi from Canada

Sun Nov 17, 2013 3:26 pm by Primmomof3

Hi all from Canada!!!
My husband, children and I own and operate a beef farm! We make Maple Syrup in the Spring and I have my own little hobby farm with llama's, alpaca's, pot belly pigs and miniature horses. Last week we had a little male piggy born that we named "Grunt!" I look forward to sharing, learning and getting to know everyone here!

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Hello from Ohio

Sun Mar 11, 2012 3:35 am by maverickspecial2

Hello all. I am Robert, new to this forum,,,,Ohio gentlemens farm, raising beef cattle. Hope everyones having a great weekend. lets talk.

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From Upstate N. Y.

Sat Jun 22, 2013 10:08 pm by countrygirl22

I love to grow herbs, veggies, and flowers.
I like to make something out of nothing.
If I can't make it myself or buy it second hand than I don't need it.
I know I will gain knowledge, and inspiration here.
Have a wonderful June every one!
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Hello from Tn

Mon Nov 07, 2011 7:56 am by homesteader

After 35 years of homesteading I'm always willing to learn more, and help when I can. We do about everything here raise our own livestock, goats, chickens, rabbits, pigs, worms, plant our herbs and vegetables,make our cheese and soap just to name a few. We do keep busy. Just fired up the smoker and getting ready to fill it up.

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greetings from England

Tue Apr 02, 2013 4:49 am by Old grizzly

Hi,i live in a small village in north west England. I have recently retired from work.Over the years i have kept all manner of stock,now i just grow a few potatoes and also tomatoes and cucumbers in my greenhouse.My late grandparents had a small farm and made a good living with just a few cows and pigs.

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Modern Farming

Fri Aug 17, 2012 12:49 am by vlfarming

Ultramodern cultivation capital husbandry using bodoni techniques and engineering. That capital farming with the facilities of redbrick science and technologies. Using bodoni bailiwick and technologies in agriculture gain the farming productions. Job is the cultivation of internal animals, seek, birds, plants, range etc. for the mean of substance, material and additional products virtual for …


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