There is so much misinformation about rabbits it is pitiful-especially when it comes to what the rabbit likes for a home, and what makes it the easiest for management. Most of the writers borrow from other writers who borrow data from experimental laboratories that are basically wire cages. If your rabbit is going to live […]
Domestication of the rabbit began thousands of years ago for the simple fact that they are quiet, produce meat, fertilizer and fur. Contempory Disneyesque media influences have done much to change the direction of this economic resource into pet promotion cartoons. Rabbits are big business in Europe, and growing in Asia and South America. Spain […]
The Garden season is not over just because summer has started. Now is the time to start thinking about planting for fall and winter, which will increase your yield considerably. Gardening is a year round profitable hobby. Envision the cold miserable winter and being cuddled next to the wood stove while the aroma of fresh […]
Corporations are downsizing their inventory, trucking rates are up, and the temperature increases. Further doom and gloom is that the USA has sold off its grain reserves-fresh milk, meat and eggs are skyrocketing, and will certainly get worse –very worse- if the USA attacks Iran causing a global inflationary spiral.
Portability, versatility and lower price make the gasoline driven electric generator a big seller for camping, emergency power for the home, as well as industrial applications. Safety concerns for fuel storage and proper connection dominate this article. Apartment dwellers and campers may look to the super quiet 1000-watt size electric generator to run laptops, charge […]
We now live in a world of instant tragedy and disaster news reporting, motivating us to purchase security. One of the big fears for many people today is a loss of electrical power. The question underlying this is how much power do you need, how much fuel must you have, and for how long will […]
Pumpkins are a great amusement for carving on Halloween, yet they provide very nutritious food if you have the right varieties. In olden days the “pumpkin Patch” was quite real for many farms to feed the family and the pigs. Basically hay was hand cut, laid in the wagon in sheaves, just like wheat. Hay […]
In the days leading up to the American Revolution, where everybody had a sufficiency garden, or market garden, metal tools were necessary. Yet, Great Britain would not allow imports of metal shovels, hoes etc. Colonialists were forced to use wooden tools. A farmer rebelled and started forgoing metal tools. This led to the famous Ames™ […]