Want to learn how to gut a deer? We'll show you our favorite method of field dressing a deer. Remember, gutting a deer quickly will leave you with the best tasting meat when eating wild game.
Gregg Tivnan (friend of Ernest and already living in a state of preparedness in Missouri) on cattle prices, food, Kyle Rittenhouse verdict, etc... MP3&4
Today is all about Dry Aged vs Wet Aged, the differences, and how the steaks look when they're grilled. This isn't something to try at home, we have a commercial dry age room. There are some products available for home use but we can't recommend them
For many, even in wealthy nations, scavenging is a way of life for those who are desperate. Although the practice is stigmatized, understanding how it works can help you even now. Here's what you need to know.
Food. It is perhaps the most important consideration that folks concerned about social and economic instability have. Especially considering the fragility of the current food system.
Garden writer Susan Mulvihill shares tips on how she grows a garden through the fall and winter months, without supplemental heat, in her zone 5b garden. From Susan's in the Garden, SusansintheGarden.com.
Mike Aversa, a semiretired accountant, goes hunting as often as possible.
Kristie Harper (RegeneratioNation) on Empowering People to Create Community and Restore Agriculture
Stop buying butter! Do it yourself! Only 1 ingredient is required. Butter is quick and easy to make. Everyone will like homemade butter because it is delicious.
This week, we tour the walipini, or pit greenhouse here at Red Gate Farm.