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DIY Worm bin, harvesting worm castings and fertilizing your garden

A great way to be self sufficient is to make your own fertilizer for your garden. You can do this by using worms to compost down your scrapes. In this simple…

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Australian Native Bees – Envirotube Part 1

How to split an Australian Native Bee hive. Two bees or not two bees? Peter Clarke, Envirotube. trigona carbonaria tetragonula carbonaria.

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Alternative Wind Powered Generator

Senior Design Project Princeton University Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering.

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Dairy Goat Milking Procedures
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Protect Your Vegetable Garden from Small Animals & Build a No Cost Raised Bed at Veggielution

John from http://www.growingyourgreens.com/ goes on a field trip to Veggielution at the Emma Prush Farm Park in San Jose. In this episode you will learn how …

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Homesteading, historical farm tractors.

The intro video is Copyright http://www.tryhomesteading.com All Rights Reserved and may not be altered in any way. The video content is Copyright the video c…

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The Duchy Home Farm: An organic system of farming

The Duchy Home Farm was converted to an organic farm by The Prince of Wales in 1986. This film highlights some of the features of Home Farm, including the ra…

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My Homemade DIY Wind Energy Windmill generator

http://ezhomeenergy.com Home Built DIY Wind Energy Turbine Generator. One stride closer to living off the grid. Reduced my electric energy invoices also!! En…

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Return to Farming Roots: a Gulf War Veteran Raises Pastured Livestock

Jim Dunlop, along with his wife Becky, owns and manages TLC Ranch near Gilroy, CA. They raise pastured hogs and chickens for eggs and meat, and they have hir…

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Affnan’s Aquaponics – Tilapia Harvest of the Year 31st Dec 2010

http://affnan-aquaponics.blogspot.com Harvesting my Tilapias, for BBQ tonight and some I’ll turn into pickel and keeping a 20 or so as Breeder.

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