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  1. Food and water
    I just decided to slow cook some chicken breasts and make some sort of a chicken soup that'll feed me for 3 or 4 days. I have a quite a bit of chicken in deep freeze but wanted to use it before it got too old. Anyway, as I was cutting off the plastic wrap, I noticed that the sell-by date was...
  2. Recipes
    Hello all! I have the perfect on the trail gourmet meal that's a hoot to make and even better to eat. If you're on the in the woods or in the backyard, cooking meat over flame is pure camp comfort food. Enjoy! 2 Cornish Hens, frozen in plastic 1 straight piece of "green" wood about one...
  3. Food and water
    Taste-tested some pressure canned chicken drumsticks from June of 2017. Lid was tight, hissed inward when I opened it, smelled perfectly fine ... basically like canned chicken. We'll see in a few hours if I turn into a zombie :D: Tasted fine but it was very greasy, and literally fell away from...
  4. Farming, Gardening & Homesteading ***The pen had doors on either side of the nesting area that could be lifted up, she said. "It's somebody who knows and has seen what's going on, which is a bummer." Chamberlain found one of...
  5. Farming, Gardening & Homesteading
    Went out today to get the eggs and a raccoon had gotten into the pen and killed four. Know it was a raccoon because the heads were all gone and part of their breasts. I had a covered shed style roof over their run and the run is built with galvanized hardware cloth. What I never did was close...
  6. Farming, Gardening & Homesteading
    I was watching a video with Joel Salatin, last night, and he mentioned something about using geese for "areal predator protection". Has anyone tried this? Does it really stop hawks from killing chickens?
  7. Hunting and Trapping General Discussion
    Hi, I have a new video about how people catching a wild chicken with simple foot traps, if you like that I will have a video show you how to make this traps. Like and comment in this video if you like, thank you so much! Watch this video here
  8. Farming, Gardening & Homesteading
    The days are getting shorter and egg production is slowing down. I have heard to put a light in the coop, and have done so. Its a little pathway solar light. So far not difference.... so I added a solar rope light from HF. I thought it would be brighter but its not that bright. So the...
  9. Farming, Gardening & Homesteading
    Hey guys, I had some kind of animal eat through 1/2" OSB that was screwed to 2x4 framing on my chicken coop. It got inside and killed all 12 of my chickens. Entry point was about 24" off the ground and the size of a basketball. No claw marks. No claw prints as it was raining. Didn't really...
  10. Farming, Gardening & Homesteading
    And so it begins again, +95% of the seeds are sorted into their correct shoe boxes, a planting plan is in Excel, dreams of Spring grow stronger, even though the main garden looks like this: The homemade rack has been upgraded to include heat mats It's made of PVC pipe and fittings. Once we...
  11. Wilderness Survival, Hiking and Camping Forum
    Amongst my reading in survival kits and other things. I've seen Chicken, or Beef Bouillon cubes in some kits. I know their for cooking never used them personally. Was wondering why some people put them in kits especially the military.
  12. Wilderness Survival, Hiking and Camping Forum
    I have a good bit of freeze dried food and am always trying to find a NEW way of cooking it on the trail. This turned out pretty good. First I started with about 10 spork-full scoops of freeze dried "Chopped Chicken" by thrive. (
  13. Farming, Gardening & Homesteading
    I am new to processing home raised chickens. We butchered a year old rooster (Mr. Rooster), last summer then froze him. He had rigor mortise. His legs stuck straight out. I left him in the fridge for several days hoping that would go away but it didn't. I didn't want to leave him longer to...
  14. Recipes
    This is for new fryers of chicken. Experienced fried chicken cooks will be bored here. :D: This is the easy way to fry chicken. It is easiest to cook in an electric skillet so if you have one and you are new to frying, that's the way to go. Otherwise, you'll need a good sized skillet, cast...
  15. Farming, Gardening & Homesteading
    We got a few more future egg producers yesterday. Self Sufficiency egg at a time. :D: No idea why the pics are not showing. You can see them at my blog site above while I go find a new picture hosting site....or maybe I'm just doing it wrong.
  16. DIY - Do It Yourself
    This video is a bit long but i put 4 videos together detailing my start to finish henhouse build. I used lumber that was salvaged from a carport that had to taken down due to rotting issues. i saved what lumber was good and bought 6 sheets of plywood 7 landscape timbers and 3 pieces of roofing...
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