I would rather be on my farm than be emperor of the world.”
— George Washington
Every. Single. Day.
Providing high-quality food for your family year-round takes foresight and planning, plus healthy doses of commitment and follow-through. Whether you grow as much of your food as you can or a little extra for the neighbors, we will set you up with the guidelines to help you decide how much to produce.
Honey bees, one of the most invaluable living things on the planet is less than one inch long and lives for only a 4 to 6 six weeks - the beautiful busy little honeybee. Honey bees, More known for honey, pollen and long burning candle wax, have been around for 1000’s of years are essential to our plant growth.
Chickens and gardening go hand in hand. A garden can provide your chickens with lots of nutritious, inexpensive treats to supplement their regular feed, while their activities — scratching for bugs, loosening the dirt, eating weeds, and providing free fertilizer — can help the garden thrive.
Pigs are omnivores. You’ll see them eating clover. You might catch them eating a snake or a mole. They love broken eggs. They clean up whatever is out there. Plus they get extra or soured milk, garden waste, non-pork kitchen scraps and convert it all to bacon. Got unwanted blackberries growing out there? Let the pigs eat them
Make a list of the foods you and your family eat now and note the quantities as well. We can tell you the animals are you allowed to have on your property and how many of each. Cities have different guidelines and we know them all! We will set you up properly and be here to assist you with resources to accomplish your Sustainable Family Living Lifestyle.