BARNYARD IN THE BACKYARD

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There’s a new site on the block full of great article sand information about raising rural and city stock.    It’s a great new community and, best of all, there’ are informative and helpful writings by Jordanne who’s the site’s head editor.   You’ve asked for more tips and tricks on raising a barnyard in your backyard and Jordanne’s written about:

Transgender Hens

Clipping Wings

Indian Hair Oil for Bald Goats

about Nutri Drench (which has save many a fowl here on the urban homestead)

and much, much more!!!!

Jordanne did an awesome job  filling a much need niche.  She’s also looking for a few kindred contributing writers.

Do me a favor will you?  Help sis out and spread the word about this great new site – thanks!

Comments(3)

  1. Amber says:

    My brother now calls me a hippie!
    You guys have been my inspiration to do more in my home. I recently got my first solar oven and grain grinder in The Bay Area of California. (The hand blender is on back-order) Since I told my brother I’m getting chickens and solar he now calls me a hippie!
    Glad you put your disclaimer at the bottom of your page saying my friends would call me a nut – in this case, it’s hippie! No solar yet, but this months bill was only $35 for PG&E. Thank you guys so much for being such a great inspiration! Keep it coming! We really can change the world one person at a time.

    • Anais says:

      @Amber: Yeah for hippiedom. Thanks for sharing! Your comment sure put a smile on our faces this morning. Wishing you all the best on your journey!

  2. AmberNWichita says:

    many of my friends now call me crunchy, or a hippie also. I found a lot of Hand Crank Items for the house at gander mtn. Recently I have went back to work to help pay off the house faster, and it was a bit of a culture shock going from my house to a big office building with false light and cubicles everywhere.

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