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Your host: “Austin Martin”
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This Tuesday: “Homesteady Live” 3/28/17
We are talking pigs.
Raising pastured pigs can be a fantastic way to put some meat on the table, and even have some product to sell your local community. But raising pigs isn’t right for every homestead.
Should you raise pastured pigs on your homestead? What will it cost you to raise pastured pork? How much work are pigs? That is what we are going to help you answer in this episode of Homesteady.
Pigs are my favorite animal to raise on the homestead. They are smart, generally friendly, resilient, and when they are finished and in the freezer they create some of the best pastured meat you can get!
But pigs also require good infrastructure, good fencing, a constant supply of food and water, and the ability to be transferred and processed.
Should you bring them on to your farm or homestead? Join Accountant Mike and Aust as they breakdown owning pigs for meat, and see if it would be right for you in this episode of Homesteady.
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We can’t all move to an off grid self sufficient farm in Alaska. But we can all be more Homesteady. Wether it’s planting a raised bed on your apartment balcony, or raising meat chickens in your backyard, all of us can learn to be more self sufficient.
Homesteady is your weekly chance to learn more about homesteading, farming, fishing, hunting, foraging, and living off the land. Each week we will discuss different homesteading topics, and help everyone get involved, no matter if you live in an apartment building, or a off grid homestead.
We will be joined by special guests from time to time. Accountant Mike, the city slicker farm accountant, will join us frequently to do an economic breakdown of our homesteading endeavors, and see if our efforts get a “Thumbs Up” or not. We also have weekly guests stop by to chat about different homesteading topics.
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