Friday, February 14, 2014

Incubating Eggs

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 Incubating Eggs
With spring on the way, new life is beginning to pop up on the homestead. Learn how to incubate eggs when hatching your own chickens. Read about Alexandra’s experiences with winter kidding. Discover the ups and downs of raising bottle calves. Be sure you are protected with proper winter clothing during the final cold months. Our friends at MOTHER EARTH NEWS want to know about your experiences with keeping guardian animals on your homestead. While racing the weather, this Ozark Mountain farmer made quick work of getting his groceries home – by way of sliding them down a hill of ice. Delight your tastebuds with Warm Caramel Apple Pudding Cake. The Grit office chick cam is live again; see what the little guys – or gals – are up to. And when you’re done, have a look at these wonderful job opportunities with Great Green Careers.
Winter Kidding Season
Caring for Bottle Calves
Winter Clothing to Keep You Warm
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 The Ozark Mountain Hill Slide
Read the humorous account of how one farmer carried his groceries home in a timely manner.
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 Warm Caramel Apple Pudding Cake
Make this special dessert with pudding, caramel and apples for your loved ones. 
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 Chick Cam
Take a peek at our latest additions to the Gritbrooder.
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 Job Opportunities
 
 
 
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