In the recent past our friendly neighborhood farmer would cut our hay fields for us and he would reap the whole harvest as we had no need of it. Now that we have the animals it is going to be important to store up… Continue Reading “A Weekend of Preparation – Hay for the Winter”
I have discovered that it can be very difficult to document the many activities that go on around the farm, even when there isn’t really a farm yet. I have found, through the sweat of my own brow, that our President was certainly not… Continue Reading “Farm and Homestead Update April 2015”
(This list is compiled by the author from their experience and is not legal advice on selling a home) Long before you ever “pull the trigger” on selling your home, there are some very important steps to consider. Motivation is at the top of… Continue Reading “Home Sellers Checklist”
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