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  1. Farming, Gardening & Homesteading
    I have a property that used to be a cattle farm. The man that owned it, retired a long time ago and had removed all the posts and the barbed wire, coiled it up, and put it out in the woods/pastures (ask my tires how I discovered some of that!)... I am in the process of planning new fences. I...
  2. Financial Forum
    This is my plan I thought I would share with anyone who can use it.. Background: I'm in my mid 20s and have 12 acres of potentially farm-able land, a truck and live in a rural/suburban area of mixed demographics.... Used to do the scrap metal game back when gas was high and metals were high...
  3. Farming, Gardening & Homesteading
    Natural recycling - feed your chickens table scraps and get eggs in return. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-17540287 The leaders of a village in France had an idea on how to reduce organic waste. The answer was to give away chickens. In addition to addition to reducing the amount of...
  4. DIY - Do It Yourself
    Built my first paracord bracelet last week and I have to say its awesome. Ended up building another one for my girlfriend but now I am left with a whole bunch of paracord scraps, ranging from 1-3 foot. there not long enough to braid into anything useful but i was raised not to waste ANYTHING...
  5. DIY - Do It Yourself
    I use Christmas cards to make gift tags. Of course you can use all sorts of cards and put them on packages for various occasions. I normally just cut the front of a card off, and use the back side to write the names on, and tape it to the package. Sometimes I'll do a bit more- but not a lot...
  6. DIY - Do It Yourself
    Just a quick trick. Next time you're taking a battery down to exchange for a core charge, drains the Sulfuric acid from it. (Use a glass baster, or better an SG meter with large tube. Save it in a tall wide mouth jar. You can recondition used rasps and files with this. Simply soak the files in...
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