The Beginner’s Guide to Backyard Homesteading
Do you want to be self-reliant, save money, and live more sustainably? Are you worried about your family’s food security? Starting a backyard homestead is a great way to raise food, reduce waste, and provide habitat for pollinators!
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I want to help you become more self-sufficient by raising your own vegetables, herbs, fruits, nuts, poultry, meat and dairy, grains, and honey!
Here’s a taste of what you’ll find in my brand new book, The Beginner’s Guide to Backyard Homesteading…
You’ll find action plans, worksheets, cost analysis examples, step-by-step instructions for raising food, how to preserve it, and even how to start a homestead-based business in your own backyard!
- Chapter 1 – Basic Steps for Preparing Your Homestead
- Chapter 2 – How to Manage Your Homestead
- Chapter 3 – Vegetable and Herb Gardens
- Chapter 4 – Fruits and Nuts
- Chapter 5 – Grains and Livestock Feed
- Chapter 6 – Raising Poultry
- Chapter 7 – Raising Dairy and Meat Animals
- Chapter 8 – Beekeeping for Beginners
- Chapter 9 – Growing Beyond the First Season
Starting a homestead might seem overwhelming but almost anyone can take steps to grow food in their backyard, on a rooftop or balcony. In this book I’ll take you through the process one step at a time to create a customized plan for raising a garden, orchard, grains, bees and livestock. You’ll also find instructions for preserving, using, and selling your harvests!
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