Preserve the Harvest Giveaway
August 17, 2020 · · Giveaways, Growing

Our Preserve the Harvest giveaway is BACK! Win food preservation these trusted brands:
All-American Canner
Dripping Springs
Pomona’s Universal Pectin

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Try My 7 Best Beet Recipes
August 15, 2020 · · Canning & Kitchen

I have been growing beets in my garden for a couple years now. They are so easy to grow!

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When Limping is Not a Sign of Sheep Foot Rot
August 14, 2020 · · Sheep

Don’t you just love how sheep keep teaching us what we never knew we needed to know? The past lambing season was one in which I got an advanced education in “Sheep Feet 101.”

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Self-Watering Planters: DIY Containers to Combat Drought
August 14, 2020 · · Growing

What holds five gallons of soil, uses 80% less water and costs less than a dollar? Self-watering planters! DIY instructions are simple and most materials can be recycled.

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Oh, Deer: Keeping Deer Out of Gardens

Whitetail deer are charismatic, beautiful animals as they leap in graceful 20-foot bounds through your neighbor’s bean field. I like to watch them.

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An Old Fashioned Mustard Pickles Recipe
August 13, 2020 · · Canning & Kitchen

Add to Favorites What do you do with those renegade cucumbers that hide under the vine until suddenly they appear — huge and yellow? You could, of course, relegate them …

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Canning Green Beans to Enjoy Later
August 12, 2020 · · Canning & Kitchen

Canning green beans fresh from the garden, preserves the taste of summer. Once you know how to grow green beans, you will want to enjoy the fresh beans all year long.

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How to Make Tomato Soap
August 11, 2020 · · Soapmaking

In August, hopefully your garden is in full swing. Tomatoes are ripening, and the fresh herbal snap of tomato leaves fills the air each time you brush past them.

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The Best Cattle Waterers for Winter
August 10, 2020 · · Cattle

In some climates, keeping stock water ice-free can be frustrating during colder months. Tank heaters work well if a person has access to electricity, but some pastures are far from a power source.

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Raising Highland Cattle for Beef

Add to Favorites By Gloria Asmussen – “As cute as they look, that is as good as they taste.” That statement is something I live by. Raising Highland cattle since 1990 …

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