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I hope to be able to share both my webpage with my Facebook friends/followers and share my Facebook posts with my webpage followers. This is also an attempt to become more time effiecient so that I may be able to keep both current and up-to-date with the happenings on my homestead farm and bring you new information to help you on your homestead.

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September 18th  ·  

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A Homestead Fixer Upper and Get Together

September 8, 2017, 8:00am - September 8, 2017, 6:00pm

Many of you that know me, know my health has been up and down over the past couple of years. I am a single homesteader and with good health it can be a challenge to keep up with everything. Unfortunat...

September 1st  ·  

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A Homestead Fixer Upper and Get Together

September 8, 2017, 8:00am - September 8, 2017, 6:00pm

Many of you that know me, know my health has been up and down over the past couple of years. I am a single homesteader and with good health it can be a challenge to keep up with everything. Unfortunat...

August 24th  ·  

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A friend of mine recently got pups for her new homestead and asked me the best type of dog food. I don't usually do recommendations for specific brands on here because it tends to be controversial but.... I will tell you I feed Diamond Naturals Beef and Rice dog food to my 'kids'.

I did a lot of research looking for top rated dog foods because I have a variety of issues coming from the variety of dogs I have. I have posted pictures of them from time to time but they range from 5 lbs up to 110 lbs. A couple of the little girls are excellent ankle biters that know how to twist mama around their little paws, a couple are aging retired seniors while the rest are working dogs.... a Border Collie/Mountain Mastiff who is an excellent herding dog that also is very protective of his mama; a Great Pyrenees/Rough Collie cross rescue about 1 1/2 yr old that watches over the farm along with two Great Pyrenees/Akbash LGD pups.

The needs and requirements of such a mix would be difficult to meet since they are fed in two different groups but the quality and ingredients in the Diamond Naturals feed makes this possible. So if you're wondering what I feed my 'kids'.... or if you need to research dog food (including how your dog food is rated) you can follow this link and find out why I chose this food, how it is rated, and what the ingredients are.

Please remember your farm or working dogs have an important job to do and should be taken care of properly to ensure they remain in the best health with the needed energy to do their job. http://www.dogfoodadvisor.com/dog-food-reviews/diamond-naturals-dog-food/
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August 12th  ·  

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