Tag Archives: homesteading

Picking Up Our Homegrown Beef, How Much We Got & How Much It Cost Week 2 2019

How much did it cost to grow our own beef? Here’s the break down….

The butcher called and said our beef is ready for pickup. Now our freezer is stocked full of enough meat to last us for more than a year.

3rd Week of Vlogmas On the Homestead Week 51 2018

Miley loves shopping for the pets, so we had a special Christmas just for them….

I had an appointment and afterward did some shopping, so I was gone for most of the afternoon. When I got home, the kids surprised me…

We never sift our flour, but today we tried it and the cookies turned out much better. So we want to know, do you soft flour?

The cucumbers and tomato I planted in pots a while back aren’t doing the greatest. In fact, I was thinking about throwing them out until they started blooming.
 

The time has come and it’s never easy.

Today we’re making Christmas cookies! Dylan has always made the snicker doodles every year, but now he’s decided that it’s time to pass off that tradition to Miley. In this video he teaches her the fine art of snicker doodle making….

2nd Week of Vlogmas On the Homestead! Week 50 2018

Christmas is sneaking up on us fast! So much to do and so little time! Dylan came out and brought his gifts, so Miley and Brooke try to figure out what he got them.

The kids check the rabbits to see if they can tell if they are pregnant and we check the goats to see if we can tell if they’re close to kidding. What do we think? Well, you’ll just have to watch…

Join us while we decorate gingerbread houses!

Why do I have 2 pitchforks that I’m using? I don’t really have an answer to that, but one thing we know for sure is that no pitchfork goes unused.

It’s one of those days, ya know, the kind where you start out behind and are rushing the whole day.

In this video we show you how we build an easy, affordable hay feeder that would work for goats, sheep or calves.

We gave the goats an early Christmas present and built a little goat hut for the goat kids to stay warm in once they are born. What did we give the goats for Christmas? Well.. you’ll just have to watch…