Apr 19, 2017 Ep 73 Homestead design, growing pig & chicken fodder/barn cats

We talk about homestead design for optimal use and minimal expense. Feeding your pigs & chickens from the garden, cheaply. We cover a question about raising a barn cat for rodent control. The U.S. military is headed back to Somalia. Computers are reading your mind and changing your behavior, or they will soon. Montana turning into a real bastion of freedom. Chattanooga is looking less and less appealing with all the gang violence. More plastic fear, but what can you really do about it?

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Homestead design

  • Homestead animal of the Day: Murcia-Granada Goatmurcia-granada-goat-1.jpg
  • Crypto-currency market
  • Some thoughts on homestead design before land
  • Question on raising a barn cat
  • Feeding your pigs & chickens from the garden
  • Military headed back to Somalia
  • Computers to read your mind & prevent fighting
  • Montana, a new bastion of freedom
  • Chattanooga, getting even worse a place to live
  • More plastic fear, but what is the real solution?


Are you having trouble affording your own homestead? Are you interested in making this dream come true in a very non-hippy way, with like-minded people?

Then let’s work together! Shoot me an email.

If you’re looking for a way to protect & grow freedom, mitigate the state as much as possible, live near and work with like-minded people, I’m looking for you. We’re building a community with an agricultural center-piece that will contain small home lots, but will be a community designed with intent. This is to be a neighborhood where you know & talk to your neighbors, do business with them and look out for one another’s property and family.

If you like this sort of thing check out www.BuildingCommunity.Today and be a part of this community as we build a bigger, better one for tomorrow.

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