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Updated July 2020
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Have you ever dreamt of starting a farm or homesteading? Do you love foraging for wild edibles? Is your perfect afternoon spent drifting downriver, fishing for that nights dinner? Or do love to spend a crisp fall morning hunting for wild game to share with your family? Or perhaps you spend all your free time digging in your garden, collecting herbs, vegetables, and fruits to enjoy. Homesteady is a show that focuses on living a more sustainable life. We talk about all the ways a modern Homest ...
 
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Learn all about raising rabbits on the homestead in today's episode of the podcast! Dana Thompson, author of Raising Meat Rabbits in a Colony is joining us to talk Meat Rabbits 101! Dana (said Daah naah, not the classic American Dayna) is a homesteading, homeschooling mama of 4 living on 10 acres in the south of New Zealand. She loves to garden and…
 
Take a break from scary corona virus news, and join us for an uplifting and inspiring live show today! DIGITAL TIP JAR FOR THE BAND - https://www.paypal.com/pools/c/8nyiVu8cH2 NEW SHIRT - https://www.parsons-designs.com/homesteady Jonathan from Fairfield County Hydroponics will join us to talk Microgreens. https://www.fairfieldcountyhydroponics.com…
 
Some people are worried, with this pandemic spreading, have they missed their opportunity to grow their own food? NO! You can grow your own food even now! In this episode we share a few ways you can grow food now, and fast! CAN YOU HELP SOMEONE ELSE? FILL OUT THIS FORM BECOME A PIONEER Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
 
If you are selling produce from your farm, or trying to fill on farm classes, there is an easy way to grow that business. Dr Tiffany Eurich joins us today to talk about farming, growing the farm business, and how to become a thought leader in your industry. TIFFANY'S FREE TRAINING FOR HOMESTEADY LOVE HOMESTEADY? Help us keep it going! Becoming a Pi…
 
Christina would do anything she could to help her son. But this seemed crazy.... Could camel milk help him? BUY CAMEL CRAZY HERE Christina Adams is an award-winning writer. She grew up on a Virginia farm where her family grew tobacco and hay and raised cattle, chickens, pigs and the occasional bee. She was active in 4-H and still visits farms today…
 
A sick baby, the hills of western Pennsylvania, and the animal you least expect to find on a farm. This is the story of 2 crazy homesteaders who just bought a milk camel. Watch the Camel Arrive in THIS VIDEO Learn about the Camel Train in THIS VIDEO JOIN THE HOMESTEADY CAMEL TRAIN HERE The Homesteady Podcast is part of the Waypoint Outdoor Collecti…
 
Ariel has been living off grid in a tiny house nestled into the western mountains of Wyoming, a little over 6000 feet above sea level for six years now. She splits her own wood for heat, carries water by hand, uses a composting toilet, and attempts to grow as much of her own food as possible between the weather and wildlife she's surrounded by. As …
 
Morgan wasn't happy. He had a "great job" that paid well in the city. But it was not what he really wanted. Morgan's dream was to build a farm! After he quit his finance job in Washington, DC, his wife and he moved to a farm in a remote part of Northern Vermont. He planted a 600 tree integrated orchard consisting of chestnuts, hazelnuts, elderberri…
 
The Heritage Craft Butchers didn't learn to cut meat in the super market. They learned in a barn. Cutting up their own home grown pigs, and curing the meat in an old refrigerator, the guys decided they would try to follow their passion and start a butcher shop. They found an old bank in the middle of Pennsylvania farm country. Perfect. Lots of elbo…
 
CLICK HERE TO TAKE THE WHOLE START HOMESTEADING TODAY COURSE FOR FREE I feel one of the best things you can do for yourself, and especially for your children, is to raise some livestock, even if only for a short time. The connection you and your family will form to these animals that are so dependent on you is powerful. And the rewards livestock gi…
 
Want to hear the extended version of this podcast? BECOME A PIONEER HERE - https://www.thisishomesteady.com/head-west-become-pioneer/ Hatching and raising poultry on the Homestead can be a great way to feed your family, and entertain yourselves at the same time! Today we are joined by Jake and Becky of White House on the Hill to talk poultry! WHITE…
 
Join myself and a special guest for a live discussion on planning a great year on the homestead! Become a Pioneer HERE - https://www.thisishomesteady.com/head-west-become-pioneer/ FOLLOW US ON INSTAGRAM https://www.instagram.com/homesteadyshow/ SUBMIT HOMESTEAD LESSONS LEARNED VIDEOS HERE - https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1h_VAsoscsEM1WyG4p8…
 
We are going to help you start homesteading this year! TAKE THE COURSE CLICK HERE TO BECOME A PIONEER FOR FREE FOR 1 MONTH "I WOULD LOVE TO HOMESTEAD! BUT I DON'T EVEN KNOW WHERE TO START!" If that sounds familiar, you are not alone. Over the last 2 years we have been doing a survey at our website. We found most of our followers are either new home…
 
Greg Judy was on the brink of bankruptcy. 3 Yeas later he had paid off his house, 200 acre farm, and went on to buy 3 more farms and lease 12. How did he earn enough money from grazing livestock? Find out in this video. CHECKOUT GREG JUDY'S CHANNEL GREG JUDY'S BOOKS Comeback Farms No Risk Ranching GREG JUDY'S WEBSITE BECOME A PIONEER Greg and Jan J…
 
You can save THOUSANDS of dollars every year by raising your own meat or buying farm fresh meat in bulk and removing the expense of butchering that meat by learning to butcher yourself! In this video we are joined by Butcher and Educator Jamie Waldron. Together we explore the world of home butchery and how it can greatly increase your home economy …
 
Karin grew up on a mixed family farm in Alberta, Canada, raising and selling backgrounding stocker steers. Her main passion since she was little was with the cattle, from handling to pasture management. She currently works as a forage-beef extension specialist with the provincial government and is working towards getting into farming of her own som…
 
In this episode of the Podcast, we interview Rachyl Travis, of Travis Family Farm. At 9 years old, milking her first goat, Rachyl had no idea that someday she would be running a successful family farm business. A pet goat given to her at 9 years old soon turned into multiple goats, and when Rachyl wound up with 15 goats in milk, and 15 gallons of m…
 
CLICK HERE TO BECOME A PIONEER FOR NEW LOW PRICE Homesteading roots began with people trying to turn their life around by making a profit. Signed into law in May 1862, the Homestead Act opened up settlement in the western United States, allowing any American, including freed slaves, to put in a claim for up to 160 free acres of federal land. Modern…
 
We are settled into our new homestead. Finally. But it was a LOT of work getting to this point. When our homestead in CT went onto the market to be sold things moved quickly. In just 10 days we had an offer on the place and accepted it. Suddenly we needed a place to live in PA WAY FASTER than we expected. We needed to figure out what we were going …
 
A year ago this podcast disappeared. We announced we were moving, selling our homestead in CT, and headed to a new farm in PA. We said that you would be getting updates from us as we went on this journey to our new home in the state of PA. Then silence. In our official Season 2 of Homesteady, we start to fill you in on what happened, where we went,…
 
WHAT HAPPENED TO THE HOMESTEADY PODCAST? It has been almost 1 year since we released a podcast. What happened? We talk about that in this little announcement episode... I have been busy working on our Podcast studio! The studio is almost done, and now we are taking submissions to get you on our show! Do you have a homesteading story to share? Want …
 
A very big announcement on todays episode of the podcast! K and Aust sit down and share with you some very big news that you don't want to miss out on... Sign up to our email list so you don't miss any of our videos here - https://www.thisishomesteady.com/join-homesteady-movement/ In Friday’s Video we announced our big move. https://youtu.be/pMufdf…
 
On this episode of Homesteady, we continue our Homestead Business Side Hustle Series and interview Dan Arms, of the Arms Family Homestead (Find him here and here). Dan's successful business? Goats. Would you believe that a goat solved the problems of an entire country? Believe it, and learn all about it here. We meet Dan through the story of the lo…
 
On this episode of Homesteady, we meet Elaine Vandiver of Old Homestead Alpacas. Elaine's journey to her purpose began on 9/11. A college student at the time, She felt the right thing for her to do was the join the army and serve her country. Now, she's an alpaca farmer. Wait, what? Let's back up. We met Elaine in the Homesteady Launchpad business …
 
Sometimes the most obvious way of solving a problem is not the best way. On this episode of Homesteady, we explore our most valuable non-renewable resource: time. Beginning with the story of the Village on the Hill, we see that looking outside the box for a different solution may be the best way for us to achieve our goals. In part two of our ten p…
 
On this episode of Homesteady, Aust further explores the dream vs. the reality of homesteading, by explaining the harshest reality of them all: why your homestead business WILL fail. Through video, Aust's brother-in-law parodies the overt optimism that brings us into the homesteading world in the first place: the beauty of vegetables, the imagined …
 
On this episode of Homesteady, Aunt, Kendra, and the family update us on the changes on the farm throughout 2017. A year ago, Aust and Kendra were going to sell the farm and go on a road trip. Instead, they have had the most productive year on the homestead yet! They updated with major infrastructure improvements and even got a cow (check out our f…
 
It was WAY BACK! May 16, 2014.... The very first episode of the Homesteady Podcast was released.... Since then we have released 55 episodes of the podcast 286 Youtube videos blog posts courses swag! I didn't start this thinking I would ever go full time with it. I didn't think content creation could be a career... But the world has changed! Back in…
 
On this episode of Homesteady, we explore the lifestyle of the modern hunter. We will be examining both the facts and the feelings that come into play when decided whether hunting is an ethical option for feeding one's family. With scenes from Bambi resonating within the formative memories of Aust's childhood, we are going to re-examine the discuss…
 
Hydroponic Gardening. Some people have no clue what it is at all. Others (My Wife) may picture a creepy basement filled with bright white LED lighting, plants growing from tubes... When a hydroponicist... (is that even a real word?) thinks of hydroponics, they think of gardening with no bugs, in a controlled environment, year round, with perfect yi…
 
On this episode of Homesteady, we are exploring the delights and dangers of foraging, or looking for and gathering wild foods. After a scare gathering mushrooms on the Homestead, Aust shares with us information on how to safely start your own foraging hobby. ******* Disclaimer: this blog and podcast are NOT a source for identifying wild plants*****…
 
Take the Epic Homesteady Survey Here On the farm this week we successfully planted an entire orchard in just a few hours! How did we get so much work done in so little time? With an on-farm workshop! On-farm workshops are a great way to help a farmer get a lot of work done in a timely manner, and a great way for farm dreamers and homesteady types l…
 
Today we catch up with you all! It has been a busy spring on our homestead. Usually, winter leaves us all sitting inside our homes, by a fire, dreaming of all the new things we want to try on our homesteads in the following spring. We always spend that time talking together about big plans for the season. This year was no different! And in no time …
 
Trees are a generational gift. There is significant symbolism associated with trees. Trees have signified wealth throughout history. Having your own tree meant prosperity. On this episode of Homesteady, we are focusing on fruit trees. In focusing on fruit trees, and planting fruits, we are expanding upon the idea of "bearing fruit" to a discussion …
 
What do you think about when you hear, "The Rat Race?" On this episode of Homesteady, we will explore the idea of the "rat race." What is it? And, most importantly, how do you escape it? We will explore these ideas, and give you some steps on how to escape it and live your idea of your ideal life. The term "the rat race" finds its origins in a seri…
 
On this episode of Homesteady, Aust will reveal the secrets to actually catch fish when you go fishing. As fishing is something best done with your buddies, Aust has his fishing buddies, Uncle Bourbon, who is a fly fishing guide (find him here), and James, or "Pickles," as his guests on this show to share tips, tricks, and strategy. While there are…
 
On this episode of Homesteady, we examine the question: Should you get pigs on your Homestead? Aust brings us through history, recounting the trials of General Peter Stuyvesant in New Amsterdam to keeping pigs from destroying the Dutch fort with their rooting. Known as "mortgage lifters" for their dependable moneymaking attributes, Aust has been ra…
 
Sometimes we find ourselves playing a game of “what if” in the world of homesteading and prepping. What if the grid went down? What if there was another world war? What if there was a pandemic? These games of what if can be a fun mental exercise. But the reality is that these disasters will probably not ever happen to us. BUT… That does not mean we…
 
Since the very first episode of Homesteady, we have been asking the question: IS THIS WORTH IT? Will the investment of your time, money, and energy into your latest homesteading endeavor give you a return? And how do we measure these returns: financially, emotionally, in terms of gains in personal health and nutrition, or more broadly in relation t…
 
Meat Chickens are a great gateway animal into raising your own meat and becoming, overall, more sustainable. On this episode of Homesteady, we revisit chicken ownership. As we examine homestead chickens closer, we have to wonder: are chickens a "gateway animal?" Does buying chickens lead to more chickens, then to pigs, goats, sheep, and even (perha…
 
On this episode of Homesteady, Kendra and Aust pack up the family and record on location at Local Farm-, a dairy farm in Cornwall, Connecticut. The reason for the trip? Kendra and Aust are interviewing cows and farmers to figure out for themselves: Is a family cow a good fit for our homestead? Debra Tyler, the dairy farmer of Local Farm, compares a…
 
On this episode of Homesteady, Kendra and Aust sit down together (with their adorable baby!) to talk about the change in their plans to sell their farm, and their exciting new plans for 2017. Why were Aust and Kendra going to sell the farm? Where Aust and Kendra live in Connecticut, land is very expensive. In selling the farm and traveling, they we…
 
“It doesn’t matter where you start: you can find acres of diamonds no matter where you are at.” Are you excited for this new year? Or are you thinking, "This year, I want to REALLY homestead, but I don't have the money." Your concern is valid. Growing a farm- or farm business- does require money. So how do you do it if you don’t have any money? On …
 
Homesteading – On the Go! “Seeing you don’t object, I’ve decided to go see the West. Are there any homesteaders amongst us who haven’t found inspiration in Laura Ingalls Wilder’s Little House Series? As you know from our last podcast, Aust and Kendra are packing up the four kids and taking them West. Like the Ingalls family, they are looking for gr…
 
Goats can earn you an income on your homestead! Find out how in Part 2 of our Goat episode of the Homesteady podcast, brought to you by www.thisishomesteady.com . In this episode we talk to Brittany Colebush, from BCB Shepherdess http://brittanycolebush.com/ Brittany shares with us how she has turned her love of being a shepherdess into a great bus…
 
In this quick episode we share some announcements with you! We have a tag sale coming up soon on the farm, come by and say hi! We also have a new project in the works, head on over to www.thisishomesteady.com to sign up to our email list and receive the news when our new project goes live! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoi…
 
Imagine you are watching majestic lions hunting their prey on the edge of the Kalahari Desert in Zimbabwe. These beautiful animals roam in packs, looking for vulnerable prey. Traversing wide, open spaces, the predators and their prey keep each other in balance. On this episode of Homesteady, Aust introduces us to the work of Allan Savory, of The Sa…
 
Are you thinking about making the leap into backyard chickens? Or maybe adding some new breeds to your current flock? Maybe you want to start a small farm business, selling meat, and want to know the right breeds to start with? In this episode of Homesteady we share with you a sneak peak of the Go Homestead! Course, letting you listen to the entire…
 
How much land do I need to homestead? What is the best breed of pig to raise? When is a goat episode of Homesteady coming out? Are these the questions that keep you up at night? We hope not! But you can learn the answers to them. Check out the special Homesteady Live Episode! This was our first time ever Live Streaming an episode. We answered your …
 
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