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There are lots of ways to get things growing cheaply. You can save seeds. You can grow produce from scraps. You can join a seed or plant exchange, etc. I wanted to grow pinto beans this year. Perhaps a few other shelled bean varieties as well. The seeds seemed rather expensive though. $6 for an

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The joys of pigs

Last I wrote I liked the pigs a fair amount. You might even say I rather loved them. That hasn’t really changed. Some things have though. It’s warm out. Everyone is coming out of the barn and exploring the run now. The pigs are exploring the fences now. I was confident the fence would with

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How to grow pear trees from seed

Last winter I had a good attempt at growing apple trees from seed. I actually did a pretty good job until summer, when I no longer watered my tree seedlings and they all died. This time around I will have more time and hopefully will not repeat my mistakes. I’ve found the hardest part is

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Making your own Turkey Kill Cone

This is a guest post by my wonderful Husband who does far more farming than he ever wanted to do. Readers Notes: *If you are here solely for the supplies and instructions scroll on down for the TL;DR section of this post. *Pictures were not taken of the original process. The pictures attached to this