Homesteading, Organic Gardening, How to Farm, Preparedness, Self-Reliance
Just used the search function to purchase 3 copies of this through Amazon...hope the site gets the proper credit for the purchase!
Rich, my understanding is that WE WILL! Not only for the books but if you decide to purchase all your holiday shopping through Amazon you can help support Farm Dreams by clicking on one of our books first then searching for/buying anything you want during that visit. Thanks so much for supporting the effort!
Glad to, so far I'm pretty impressed with the. You might want to consider a "donate" button, for those who want to chip in a bit, but not actually buy anything...just a thought. And maybe an affiliate program with Cabella's, Cheaper than dirt, etc. - some other place selling outdoor items or argricultural products...food for thought. :-)
Thanks Rich...I thought about it and that's very kind of you, but I'd rather hold off. I hope we all make this a rich community and there's two way to pay the costs; subscription fees or ad supported. I'd prefer to attempt the latter, especially since I'm working really hard to get very relevant ads and books. With such a wonderful community here I'm sure it will work out. Thanks again!
If anyone purchases or has purchased a book that they would highly recommend, please post it. I am in research mode right now as we are buying our first home / land within 2 months. I love books and have purchased a few on mini farming, homesteading, gardening, etc. and I am always in search of another great one to add to the library. Thanks!
Hi Zac, there are SO many great books...can you tell us a little more about what you may be interested in? I mean there's general farming, farming experiences, livestock, permaculture, gardening and so much more.
I just bought a beginners guide to poultry, bee keeping, canning - I love to you read em all! I got a good one on mini farming and square foot gardening - next I'm planning on getting a "carrots love tomatoes" type of book. I would also appreciate good books on raising rabbits, raising turkeys, and a good pig book. If you have any other books that you just LOVE, I'll read just about any book!
Highly recommend the book by Steve Solomon, "Gardening When it Counts". I personally agree with him that square foot gardening is great as a hobby, but not so great for actually producing commercial crops. Of course there are many exceptions and opinions, but he is right on the money with his ideas about compost and fertilizer.
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