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Timber Creek Farm Blog

Homesteading, raising chickens, sheep and other fiber animals, recipes, gardening, fiber crafts and more from Timber Creek Farm
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How to Avoid a Chicken Coop Fire - Timber Creek Farm
Fall Chicken Care Tips For a Healthy Flock - Timber Creek Farm
Why Keep the Rooster with Your Flock? - Timber Creek Farm


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Sourdough Muffins with Berries and Bananas - Timber Creek Farm
Healthy Tortillas - Easy Homemade Bread - Timber Creek Farm
Easy Homemade Rolls for Holiday Dinners - Timber Creek Farm


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How to Build a Garden Box and What to Grow in it. - Timber Creek Farm
10 Garden Planning Tips Non-Gardeners Need - Timber Creek Farm
Grow Natural Dyes for Wool Crafts - Timber Creek Farm


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Pickle Relish Recipes (Try it with Zucchini!) - Timber Creek Farm
canning, preserving and storing
Tomato processing is arguably one of the more common tasks that we do to prepare for storage. You can't beat the taste and texture of a fresh tomato.


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Build a Goat Sleeping Platform - Timber Creek Farm
Overgrown Goat Hoof Care Steps to Take - Timber Creek Farm
Goat Care and Maintenance of Healthy Goats - Timber Creek Farm


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Essential Natural Dye Tools and Materials - Timber Creek Farm
Slow Living Through the Art of Knitting - Timber Creek Farm
Quick Handmade Gifts for a Homemade Christmas - Timber Creek Farm


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Shop Small Guide for Homestead and Independent Businesses - Timber Creek Farm
Best Tips For Keeping a Honey Bee Hive - Timber Creek Farm
Acorn Natural Dye for Wool - Fall Dye Projects - Timber Creek Farm


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Economic Collapse: My first concerns as a homesteader are family,  home and our livestock.  Even though our children are grown and no longer dependent on us, our family still works together.  When something big needs to be accomplished, we come together and work as a team.  In the case of this scenario, I know we would do what we needed to do to survive and protect our farm, since it is our way of surviving.
Tips on emergency planning for farms and homesteads.
Being a Prepper means being prepared. My reason for prepping was not economically driven. It was not related to political reasons, or the feeling of impending disaster...


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pine cone rabbit treats
Warbles in rabbits.
Rabbit Care Basics – Getting Started


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