In order to stay on track and not get overwhelmed on the homestead I will take our seasons; winter, spring, summer, and fall and break them down into 4 parts. For example, each season has a beginning, middle, and end. By breaking up my seasons like this I can more effectively schedule my homesteading chores throughout the year.
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We are not using a lot of our tools during the winter months. The ones we are using are normally tools we use year-round.
Now is the time to do your winter tool shed maintenance.
You can still burn brush and wood in the dry and cold winter months. With winter here our seasonal chores are starting. The woodlot is getting a lot of attention. However, is it safe to burn your brush and debris in the winter?
Winter Animal Manure When it is cold outside the worst chore for me is dealing with all the animal manure. Let me share with you some tips for handling this stinky half-frozen poop. https://youtu.be/BiUje0LlfiA How To Deal With Animal Poop In The Winter...
We just finished with the hustle and bustle of spring, summer, and fall. Now that early winter is upon us it is nice to have a break from those seemingly endless chores.
Most of our homestead is on auto piolet at this time of year. If you live in a frozen climate this gives us the perfect opportunity to focus on our woodlot.
What To Do To Your Barn In Early Winter
The wind is getting cold and the ground is starting to freeze. Early winter is upon us.
There are 2 main things you need to be focusing on during this time.
There are many areas on your homestead farm that need to be focused on right now. Join me for my Early Winter Chore series of videos where I will teach you how to break down your homesteading chores by season so you don’t get overwhelmed and you stay organized on the farm.