Then buy this e-book today!
You know me well enough by now to know that I’m not normally bossy, but this book will transform the way you care for your flocks, herds, and gardens!
Eventually, you’re going to decide you needed the information (probably when it’s too late) and will regret not having purchased it already to have on hand when you want to reference it.
And when that day comes, don’t say I didn’t warn you!
I know the more situations we encounter on our homestead that we care for in a holistic manner, the more I’m convinced that care doesn’t need to be managed in a conventional way. This summer for example, we were able to clear up our cow’s mastitis using essential oils and aloe vera gel in only a few days. How amazing is that?
Covering topics such as dealing with parasites, fly management, caring for your family cow, custom chicken feed mixes, treats, and money-saving ideas to feed your gals, recipes for natural cleaning and maintenance, gardening solutions, and over 40 recipes all told, I’m certain there is something in this book that you can glean from or will inspire you manage your homestead more naturally
Not all e-books are created equally. Some of them are a rehashing of generic thoughts and ideas and those give e-books a bad reputation, but there are more and more authors who are writing thoroughly balanced, well-researched, and comprehensive valuable material and offering it in this format for our benefit. Natural Homestead is one of these books.
by Jill Winger of The Prairie Homestead
You’re ditching the chemical-laden bath products. You’re buying organic produce. You’re reading the labels of everything that comes into your house. But what about the barnyard? Learn how to make everything from homemade chicken feed, to DIY bug sprays, to natural dewormers, to herbal salves and more in Natural Homestead!
My goal in writing this e-book was to compile the various remedies, tidbits, recipes, and anecdotes I mined from a pile of books, blogs, websites, scholarly articles, and personal experience.
I hope to offer some sort of middle ground between someone with a Master’s degree in animal or plant science, and Great Aunt Bertha’s eclectic collection of home remedies.
I know there will be some who scoff at the thought of these simple recipes having any significance in modern agriculture, but keep in mind that many of these remedies have been used on humble homesteads, backyard gardens, and small farms for decades. There has to be a reason that they are so well-loved and passed from generation to generation. -Jill
Have you read Natural Homestead yet? What did you think of it?