Non-invasive Bumblefoot Treatment: Success Stories

Non-invasive Bumblefoot Treatment Success Stories 7

Four cases of successful TricideNeo treatment of bumblefoot in chickens are presented here, with before and after photos. These 4 anecdotes add substance to casually reported online success stories, and suggest that it’s time for a controlled study.

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How to Start a Backyard Farm

How to Start a Backyard Farm

Learn about the many food and fiber options for small-space homesteading in How to Start a Backyard Farm. There are more than what you think!

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How to Train Chickens to Come When Called

How to Train Chickens to Come When Called (and Why You Should)

Learn how to train chickens to come when called, so you can get them to safety whenever you want. Train multiple flocks, each to a different call.

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10 Myths About Wild Predators

10 Myths About Wild Predators (with photos from my trail cam)

It’s time to debunk these myths about wild predators, and learn to live with them. Appreciate their beauty with some of my best trail cam photos.

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10 Shrubs for a Wildlife-Friendly, Edible Landscape

10 Shrubs for a Wildlife-Friendly, Edible Landscape

Want to transform your backyard to a food producing garden that also attracts wildlife? Choosing from these 10 shrubs for a wildlife-friendly, edible landscape, would be a great start! Wildlife value and edible parts of each shrub are described.

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Survivalism, Technology, and Sustainability

Survivalism, Technology, and Sustainability

The survivalism trend is growing, but if taken to the extreme, the environmental impact could be disastrous. Ironically, modern technology can help us apply survival skills to sustainability causes. Here are some skills you can learn, and how you can use them to contribute to conservation.

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Honey Spiced Dried Apple Rings

Honey Spiced Dried Apple Rings

Honey spiced dried apple rings are a nutritious snack and delicious addition to many other treats. Try a traditional or chai spice mix, or create your on spice mix.

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Autumn Olive Jam and Why You Should Make It

Autumn olive jam

An invasive plant becomes a delicious jam. This autumn olive jam is made the old fashioned way, so it doesn’t separate. It’s thick, substantial, deliciously sweet-tart, and laden with health promoting anti-oxidants,

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4 Benefits of a Mixed Flock of Backyard Chickens

4 Benefits of a Mixed Flock of Backyard Chickens

Unsure if you want a single breed or a “rainbow” flock of hens? Most backyard chicken keepers will get more out of a mixed flock of heritage breeds. Here’s why.

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6 Tips for Drying Tomatoes

6 tips for drying tomatoes

Learn how to select, prepare, and properly dry tomatoes, for excellent results and safe storage, in 6 Tips for Drying Tomatoes.

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