Better Than Store bought Coffee Creamer Recipe. — Sumner Acres Homestead

  This recipe is short and sweet. I have trained my hubby to be a coffee drinker..but he has to use a lot of creamer. So we decided since we go through it so quickly that we would attempt to make our own French vanilla creamer. We ended up LOVING this homemade one so much […]

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Fresh Eggs vs. Store Bought Eggs — Dancing with Chickens

  So as we know, store-bought eggs can’t even compare to fresh eggs, even if the eggs are from the finest commercial egg farms. When you know where your eggs come from and what the hens were fed, you really learn to appreciate the taste and the source more. Recently I noticed that fresh egg […]

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Sprouting Seed Potatoes Before Planting — Home & Harrow

  How and why chitting or sprouting seed potatoes is essential before you plant them (hint: you’ll get a faster harvest and bigger yields, which sound like pretty good reasons to me!) Update: The original version of this post was published in March 2018 Spring is almost here! There’s only one more month to go until… […]

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Mommy Burnout Or is School Not What it Used to Be?

This is our first year at a charter school/public school.  I know that it’s not the same as a regular public school but it’s definitely not the schooling that I had when I was growing up.  It just seems like a lot.  They spend all day at school and this is an extended 6 hour […]

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Soft Scrambled Eggs Breakfast Quesadilla — Cooking with a Wallflower

  The products in this post are provided by Degusta Box. Breakfast quesadilla filled with soft scrambled eggs, spinach, mushrooms, onions, and melted cheese. This soft scrambled eggs breakfast quesadilla is delicious and a great way to start your morning. 118 more words via Soft Scrambled Eggs Breakfast Quesadilla — Cooking with a Wallflower

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Is Epsom Salt Good for your Plants? — Plants World Nursery

  Magnesium & Sulfur are the building blocks for a plant. Epsom salt is exactly that: magnesium sulfate. Magnesium affects leaf color, while sulfur affects plant growth. Benefits of Epsom salt: No build up: The reason the use of Epsom salt is growing and becoming trendy is, that it does not lead to a build-up […]

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Online Homeschooling — Homeschool Here

  Online schooling is a great way to bridge the gap between traditional school and homeschool. There is a great support network for you as the parent and your child. Someone else for your child to be accountable to and to teach the lessons. It can really lighten the load for parents, especially parents of multiple… […]

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Why Add Worms to Your Compost

Vermicomposting uses worms to break down organic matter quickly.  First you will wait for your compost to reach a temperature of 140 to 150 degrees at the center.  To do this, alternate layers of brown and green ingredients and keep the pile moist.  When the center reaches the desired temperature you will turn the pile.  After […]

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Loyal Egg Customers

These are a few tips on how to have loyal customers for your farm fresh egg business.

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