Farm Fresh Tuesdays Blog Hop Week 4

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Farm Fresh Tuesdays Blog Hop - The Self Sufficient HomeAcre

Welcome to Farm Fresh Tuesdays!

Each week you have the opportunity to share your homesteading, homemaking, healthy and sustainable living posts on Farm Fresh Tuesdays! I love to see all of the great ideas, tips, and information that you create for the world.

Your posts have been a great source of inspiration, too! I’ve found plenty of wonderful articles to link to…so thank you and keep ’em coming. 🙂

Featured Posts This Week

It’s tough picking just a few posts to share in the featured section. Please be sure that you share a link to one of the hosts somewhere visible…at the end of your post, in your sidebar, or on a blog hop or linky party page. It makes me sad when I find a post I really want to feature, but there is no link back. :(…

On to my features!

Raising Chickens for Beginners by Shawna at Homegrown Self Reliance
9 Ways to Preserve Eggs by Proverbs 31 Woman
How to Tube Feed Sick Ducks by Tiffany at TeeDiddlyDee

Be sure to check each of the hosts’ Farm Fresh Tuesdays posts to see if you were featured! We each choose our own features…don’t miss the chance to strut your stuff if you were featured by one of us!

Farm Fresh Tuesdays Blog Hop - The Self Sufficient HomeAcre

Featured bloggers, grab our ‘Farm Fresh Feature!’ button and link it to the post where you were featured! Display it proudly in your sidebar or featured post!

Our Farm Fresh Tuesdays Hosts!

How to Preserve Oranges by AnnMarie from 15 Acre Homestead

AnnMarie from 15 Acre Homestead


5 Ways to Preserve Onions by Shelle from Rockin W Homestead

Shelle from Rockin W Homestead


How to Freeze Your Green Beans by Tamara from The Reid Homestead

Tamara from The Reid Homestead


And Lisa from The Self Sufficient HomeAcre – That’s Me!


Share Your Farm Fresh Posts This Week!

  • Share your homesteading, homemaking, recipes, sustainable and green living ideas, DIY, healthy living, and self-reliance posts are all welcome. Share up to 4 family-friendly posts.
  • You may share older posts with ‘in season’ information, but please don’t share the same posts each week!
  • If you share your posts in this party, you are giving permission for others to link to your posts….that’s a good thing because it helps get more eyes on your posts. 
  • Check each host’s hop post to see if you were featured this week.
  • Be sure to link back to this blog hop so that we can feature you next week.
  • Visit some of the other posts and leave a comment…let them know you found them here!
  • Feel free to apply to our Farm Fresh Bloggers Roundup Page!
  • Please do not link to other blog hops, linky parties, or to giveaways in this homesteading hop. However, you may leave a comment below telling us about your blog hop or giveaway!
Farm Fresh Tuesdays Blog Hop!
Share the Farm Fresh Love!

Share the Farm Fresh Tuesdays Badge in your post or sidebar, or share a text link back to one of our hosts!


Are you hosting a blog hop or giveaway? Please share in the comments!

Farm Fresh Tuesdays Blog Hop - The Self Sufficient HomeAcre
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Lisa Lombardo

Freelance Writer at Tohoca, LLC
Lisa writes in-depth articles about gardening and homesteading topics. She grew up on a farm and has continued learning about horticulture, animal husbandry, and home food preservation ever since. She has earned an Associate of Applied Science in Horticulture and a Bachelor of Fine Arts. She is a self proclaimed gardening freak and crazy chicken lady.

In addition to writing for her own websites, Lisa has contributed articles to The Prepper Project and Homestead.org.

The author lives outside of Chicago with her husband, son, 2 dogs, 1 cat, and a variety of poultry.
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About Lisa Lombardo

Lisa writes in-depth articles about gardening and homesteading topics. She grew up on a farm and has continued learning about horticulture, animal husbandry, and home food preservation ever since. She has earned an Associate of Applied Science in Horticulture and a Bachelor of Fine Arts. She is a self proclaimed gardening freak and crazy chicken lady. In addition to writing for her own websites, Lisa has contributed articles to The Prepper Project and Homestead.org. The author lives outside of Chicago with her husband, son, 2 dogs, 1 cat, and a variety of poultry.

23 comments on “Farm Fresh Tuesdays Blog Hop Week 4

    1. Lisa Lombardo Post author

      Thank you so much for sharing your recipe, Mareliz! Happy to have you here!

      Thanks…I hope you have a wonderful weekend too 🙂

      Reply
  1. Marilyn

    Thank you for the invitation Lisa! Unfortunately I don’t have many healthy recipes crop up very often, but whenI do I will be sire to visit and share the other posts. I need some ideas! Have a great week.

    Reply
    1. Lisa Lombardo Post author

      Hi Marilyn,
      I welcome all recipes…part of the homemaking aspect of the blog hop. 🙂 Thanks for stopping by, I hope you will join us!

      Reply
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    1. Lisa Lombardo Post author

      Thank YOU for joining us Suzan! Always happy to see all of the wonderful posts you share with us!

      Reply
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    1. Lisa Lombardo Post author

      Hi Debbie…thanks for stopping by! It’s my pleasure to host this fun blog hop. 🙂

      Reply
  9. Tiffany

    Thank you so much for hosting this awesome linky party and a big thank you for featuring my post, “How to Tube Feed a Sick Duck”. I appreciate it so much! I hope you have a wonderful week!

    Hugs,

    Tiffany @ Teediddlydee

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    1. Lisa Lombardo Post author

      You are very welcome, Tiffany! Thank YOU for sharing your talent with us ! I found your post very informative…I hope I don’t have to try this, but I’m so glad to know how to do it now. 🙂

      Reply

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