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WaterBricks Storage Containers

Rotating Your Water Storage

Checking on your water preps
Friday, August 5, 2016, 4:28 PM

Water StorageA common question I am asked about preparing for any type of emergency is how often you should rotate your water storage. If you’ve tried to search around on the internet for an answer, there is a lot of conflicting information. I hope this article will not only answer your question but also help you feel more confident about preparing for an emergency. » Read more

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Phil Williams

Chicken Paddock Shift in Action

Natural chicken powered mowing
Thursday, March 3, 2016, 4:12 PM

I have a flock of chickens that graze the upper slopes of my property between swales. Their manure migrates into the swales, feeding the trees on the downslope berm. They are moved weekly along this two acre stretch of property. The chickens benefit from fresh ground, insects, and vegetation. They are healthier and consume less feed in the process. The only negative is the work involved in setting up and taking down the electronet fencing each week. » Read more

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Portable Electric Chicken Fencing

Chicken Paddock Shift

Rotational free ranging chickens
Monday, June 9, 2014, 2:22 PM

I am a big fan of the paddock shift method of raising chickens. It is the healthiest way to raise chickens, and it allows you to control where they go, and where they are excluded. You end up with a healthier pasture which gives you healthier chickens, therefore healthier meat and eggs. » Read more

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Companion Planting & Crop Rotation

Companion Planting & Crop Rotation

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