FAMILY HOMESTEADING AND OFF THE GRID BLOG HOP #13


Welcome to week 13 of the Family Homesteading & Off the Grid Blog Hop! The bees are settling nicely, comb is being built and we're spending time each day hanging out with them as they forage for the early-season pollen from forsythia and our trees. In the garden, we're about half-way through the leafy green harvest, getting the beds ready for the next plantings, and the seedlings are sprouting like wildfire. What a great time of year!

As always, Wendie and I are excited to provide this weekly opportunity for homesteading, gardening, off the grid and family bloggers to share their work. Join our community today and never miss a post!

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The Family Homesteading and Off the Grid Blog Hop will take place every week, running from Thursday to Thursday, and welcomes homesteading and off the grid bloggers from around the world. Whether your interests lie in off the grid solutions, homesteading, DIY projects, recipes, gardening, livestock, food preservation or anything related, you will find it here.

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Thank you, Ann Marie from 15 Acre Homestead for being our featured blogger this week! Trust me, Wendie and I had some serious discussions concerning adding these to our homestead. Maybe after the goats...



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Lisa Lynn said…
Thanks for sharing the blog hop! It's always fun to see what other people are writing about. :) This week I've been thinking a lot about what I'll do with my white leghorn hens when they go into a molt this fall. I may have ordered more chicks than I need this year..lol. We could be swimming in eggs when they start to lay. :) Have a great day!
Thanks so much for featuring me! I look forward to being a part of this hop!
WT Abernathy said…
Our easter pick-ups are about 3 weeks old now, and we've solved the problem about the kids 'adopting' cute little broiler chicks. I'll have a post for it soon:) As for eggs, we have enough neighbors that everyone gets a dozen a week or so... so far:)
WT Abernathy said…
Looking forward to reading what you share with us all this week:)