Category: The Homestead Honey Hour

What that expiration date on your groceries REALLY means

This show re-scheduled from last week due to technical issues will air LIVE tonight Thursday 4/25 Many of us have food storage.  As people living a prepared lifestyle we take it upon ourselves to make sure we have what we need for any situation.  Food storage is the first thing many “preppers” try and achieve…
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April 25, 2013 0

Herbal and Home Remedies with the Honey’s

When I was a little girl, seldom did we go to the doctor, use medications bought in the store or even antibiotics! I was 11 before I got infected tonsils and had penicillin for the first time. Personally I think antibiotics are WAY over used. So if we didn’t use all these things what DID…
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April 11, 2013 0

The Homestead Honey Hour, a year in review!

Oh my!  How could the date have gotten away from us?  Can it be true that The Homestead Honeys missed their one year anniversary?  Yes, it’s absolutely true!  The Homestead Honey Hour premiered March 15, 2012 and it’s seems impossible that a whole years has passed since then.  Join Katzcradul Thursday night, as she looks…
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April 4, 2013 2

The Anyone Can Farm Academy!

When the Michigan DNR all but shut down farmer Mark Baker’s successful, pasture-raised, pork operation in Marion Michigan, he became the embodiment of that old adage:   When life hands you lemons, make lemonade.    Mark, his wife Jill, and their eight children re-grouped and decided to go in a new direction.   If they wouldn’t be allowed…
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March 27, 2013 1

“The intellectual, moral, and economic descent of America, and the world”

Join Noreen this Thursday for another edition of the Homestead Honey Hour when she will have guest, Al Duncan, author of the novel “The Master Plan”  which he describes like this: “I wrote The Master Plan as a timely wake-up call to believers and an eye-opener to unbelievers searching for the truths behind the intellectual, moral, and economic descent…
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March 21, 2013 0

The Down Side of Smart Meters!

Smart Meters with TheMrsVolfie I will be hosting what I consider to be an EXTREMELY important show, one I think you all will find very informative! My Topic for the Evening will be Down Side of Smart meters! For those of you who do not know what smart meters are, a smart meter is usually…
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March 14, 2013 0

Peggy Layton a home economist and licensed nutritionist!

Can you think of anyone better to talk to about long-termfood storage than someone who’s a home economist and licensed nutritionist, has written a series of books on the subject, and has raised seven children utilizing her food storage?  She’s out of debt, grows a huge garden, lives off the land, raises chickens, preserves her…
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March 7, 2013 2

Homesteading, your answer to questions may be right here!

This week’s episode of the Homestead Honey Hour will feature Renée, (or Michigansnowpony as she is known on YouTube) taking your questions on all things homestead related.    Renée and her husband Tim have been homesteading for over 20 years on their 10 acre hobby farm.   Renée will be answering questions submitted to her channel as…
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February 28, 2013 0

“What if?” only two small words, but with enormous consequences.

What If?  A question that is often asked in our lives  ”What if?” is the catalyst for why many people choose to prepare for hard times, purchase insurance on their homes, cars and lives and is the reason for why so many of us are grateful that things are not worse! The question of “What…
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February 21, 2013 0

Homesteading and learning from our mistakes!

On the Homestead Honey Hour TheMrsVolfie takes the helm in this episode of learning and sharing from mistakes as well as triumphs! I have heard it said that there is livestock and there is dead stock, when we start homesteading and prepping we don’t have all the answers so we rely on the internet. We…
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February 14, 2013 0

Home schooling, questions and answers with those that do!

   Homeschooling.   If you’re a parent – especially a parent who preps, homesteads, or both — chances are you’ve thought about homeschooling.   Maybe you’re homeschooling already.         You’re not alone.   There’s more joining the homeschooling camp every year.    The National Center for Education Statistics reports 1.7 percent of kids were home schooled in 1999, 2.2 percent…
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January 31, 2013 0

One Woman’s Story and How It Effects Our Views on Gun Control and Mental Illness

We are all concerned about being prepared for whatever we may face.  We are all concerned about the safely of our homes, families and ourselves, should the situation present itself.  We want to be able to defend ourselves.  We talk about a lot of situations until we are blue in the face.  As a nation,…
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January 24, 2013 0

Forgetting where our meat comes from and being thankful for having it!

The MrsVilfie of The Homestead Honey Hour discusses our most natural resource for food and why to remember where it came from and to be thankful that it is there. When we harvest an animal…be it from the wild or something we have raised. We give THANKS…Thanks to the creator and thanks to the animal…
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January 10, 2013 1