Small Home Farm Radio
Summary: Small Home Farm Radio is a half-hour podcast about how to increase self-sufficiency and have fun while doing it. About once a week Erin talks about small-scale farming, gardening, home-schooling, natural remedies, and… whatever else she finds interesting to talk about. Small Home Farming is a mindset. It’s getting back to our roots and becoming less dependant on others to take care of many of our basic needs. It’s about gaining competency in a variety of areas that can enhance your lifestyle and stretch your budget. It’s about paying ourselves instead of paying others to provide for us. Anyone can become a Small Home Farmer, whether you live in the country or in a high-rise apartment with nothing more than a balcony or windowsill to grow a few herbs or vegetables.
This week, Erin receives a great suggestion for the website from a listener, and explains how you can combine homesteading with homeschooling, to create Lifeschooling. Hear about putting a garden to bed, decide whether you should let your chickens or … Continue reading →
This week on Small Home Farm Radio, Mitch wants to learn how to make homemade apple cider, while Chelsea is trying to figure out how to store her extra vegetables. Erin also talks about trying to sell a horse.
In this edition of Small Home Farm Radio, the question is asked, “Can I be a suburban Small Home Farmer?” Erin also waxes eloquent on root cellars: how she did hers, how she would do it again, and how you … Continue reading →
In this edition of Small Home Farm Radio, Erin talks about how, and why, to buy bulk food. Also, hear about the upcoming tack swap that has her so excited.
In this edition of Small Home Farm Radio, Andrea’s horse’s hooves are full of ice, Mike’s dog is driving him crazy, and Rachel-Marie is worried about compatability issues between her son and her chickens. Also, hear Erin share about her … Continue reading →
On the maiden voyage of the good ship Small Home Farm Radio, Erin touches on a couple of “listener questions” we made up before the show, and also talks about one of her all-time favorite tips… Garlic. Plant it in … Continue reading →