In today’s video, let’s talk about doing things outside of season on your homestead and farm. Being self-sufficient on the farm or homestead is one thing that makes us homesteaders. Living off the land, foraging, husbandry, cutting our own wood for heat and cooking, gardening, canning, keeping bees, preserving, and all the other fun things is what us homesteaders get to do.

While it is certainly possible to do things outside of season the time and resources needed really becomes impractical. Sure you can have a pepper plant in the winter but the free sun in the spring and summer is going to be much more practical. By the time you got that pepper plant to produce your peppers how much has it really cost you?

Remember that your homesteading success depends on your timing.

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