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Welcome to this week’s Simple Homestead Blog Hop 308! I am sure you will be inspired by all the great posts and ideas that have been shared this week.
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This Week at Homegrown Self Reliance
We’ve had a pretty uneventful week here on the farm. It’s been raining quite a bit, so we haven’t gotten a lot done. But the mobile butcher came and got our cow. I’m going to have to make some room in the freezer for all that beef!
We still haven’t caught our predator – we’ve set traps out, and put out deterrents, but he’s still hanging around! Luckily, the chickens are safe in their run and we haven’t lost any other animals.
I actually got a chance to write another post this week! It’s all about the farm animals that you should raise when you’re first starting your homestead. These are the easiest animals to raise, that still give you the biggest bang for your buck!
Meet Our Great Hosts for The Simple Homestead Blog Hop 308
Dash at Bloom Where You’re Planted – Facebook – Instagram
Melissa at Little Frugal Homestead – Pinterest
Annie at 15 Acre Homestead – Facebook– Pinterest – Instagram
Shawna at Homegrown Self Reliance (that’s me!)– Facebook – Instagram – Pinterest – YouTube
Featured Posts For The Simple Homestead Blog Hop 308
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