FAMILY HOMESTEADING AND OFF THE GRID BLOG HOP #23



It seems we have a great deal going omg these days, with the garden exploding with produce and the new potting shed build. I find myself dreaming now and then about winter, where we have a little time to breath and we can write more, but, this is the life we've chosen and we love every minute. Everything in it's own time, right? Today, we'd like to share an older post, Cold Weather Homestead Chicken Eggs. Enjoy!

Cold Weather Homestead Chicken Eggs

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family off the grid blog hop

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.


Featured Post from Last Week

Our featured blog post from last week is from Kathi over at Oak Hill Homestead. Summer corn is coming in, and Kathi has a great article on how best to preserve this delicious staple. Congratulations, and thank you so much for sharing!
How to Freeze Corn

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Kathi said…
Wow! Thank you for featuring my post on this week's hop!
WT Abernathy said…
Kathi, thank you so much for sharing!