Friday, January 3, 2014

Incubating Eggs

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 Incubating Eggs
Have you been thinking about managing your own flock of chickens or perhaps a herd of livestock? Here are a few ways to get started. Learn the basics of incubating eggs with this informative video. You don’t have to live on a large farm to enjoy the benefits of a backyard poultry flock. From wool to meat, sheep have a lot to offer your homestead. And goats are one way to turn a profit on your farm, while at the same time providing entertainment. Whether it is pigs, cows or any other type of livestock, these animals can help forge relationships and build a community. Try spinning wool and other fibers for a productive and entertaining hobby. As far as the country kitchen goes, try this stuffed poblano recipe made with quail meat and goat cheese for a meal that is sure to be a hit, and goat cheese and zucchini make the perfect pairing for a tasty tart. Did you know a relaxed chicken is a productive chicken? Help them destress with these natural herbal remedies.
Getting Started With Backyard Poultry
Guide to Sheep Breeds
Raising Goats for Fun and Profit
The Joys of Raising Heritage Pigs
 Turn Natural Fibers Into Yarn
Take another step toward self-sufficiency and consider learning how to spin your own yarn.
 Stuffed Poblano Peppers
These stuffed poblanos combine quail meat and goat cheese for an outstanding dinner any night of the week. 
 Zucchini Goat Cheese Tart
This Zucchini Goat Cheese Tart packs in all the goodness of homegrown veggies and homemade chèvre.
 Nesting Box Herbs
Use herbs in your chickens’ nesting boxes to deter insects and bacteria, and to encourage egg laying. 
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