PHOTO: Davor Ristic/ShutterstockBoredom and chickens are not a good combination. When hens have nothing to do, they create their own fun. And their idea of fun means picking on other hens, pulling out their own feathers and eating eggs before you have a chance to harvest them.Free-ranging chickens rarely get bored because they have lots of opportunities to explore their surroundings.
1Google an image of a galaxy or nebulae and save it to your camera roll.2Take a picture with the sky as a background and a tree or building as the focus.3Go to Image Blender (app) and put your image in the first box.4Now add the image of the galaxy in the second box.5Now drag up with your finger and choose & 34;Overlay& 34;.
1Performance of the cut, retaining the King of Diamonds on top.2Show the top card.3Cut a bit more than half of the deck off the top and swing it to the left using your index finger.4Clip the top packet under you left thumb and take out the bottom packet in your right hand.5Place the bottom packet on top and retain a pinky break.
Home /Bees / Beekeeping /In the Raw: Why You Should Never Heat HoneyPHOTO: Unsplash.comThe ill health effects from eating cane sugar are well known. Whether you’re diabetic, intolerant to certain sweeteners, sensitive to processed foods or prefer to cut the calories, many health-conscious individuals—beekeepers or not—are turning to honey as a healthier sweetener alternative.
Home /Homesteading /Super-Simple Wood PolishThe first thing you notice when you walk into our old farmhouse is all of the original thick wood trim and heavy, wooden doors. It’s beautiful now, but wasn’t quite looking that way when we arrived. It was dingy, scuffed, scratched and very worn. Because we wanted to move in without having to refinish the wood just yet, I chose another option: to clean it up and polish it myself with just a few natural supplies I already had on hand.
Home /News & Trending /It’s Time To Ditch The FridgeIt’s Time To Ditch The FridgeIt’s Time To Ditch The Fridge – Urban Farm designer, ground fridgeThanks to a new Dutch design inspired by the root cellar, you may no longer need your energy-sucking refrigerator.