Lone Wolf Acres Homesteading Blog
Would you like to live a more sustainable lifestyle? Have you thought about reducing your consumption, or exposure to chemicals that might be toxic to your health? Do you want to learn how to do both and more?
Join us in our journey to do just that. I’ll post what went right AND what went wrong on our journey to become more self-reliant, and less dependent on prepackaged, store bought goods.
I have brought together the top four selling homesteading books in five different categories. Why guess at which book to buy with a general search. Now you know the Top 20 Homesteading Books for September 2017. Continue reading →
Nothing seems to hurt more than a puffy, inflamed toe from an ingrown toenail, but I have a method for pain free ingrown toenail removal. Continue reading →
Then last night we get slammed again, and this time we weren't so lucky. It could have been worse though. Our Acurite Weather Station shows that we got 5.79 inches of rain last night. It relocated ... Continue reading →
Do you love a vegetable because the way it tastes, but hate the fact that it is susceptible to a disease or fungus? Why not create your own vegetables and have the best of both worlds? That is... Continue reading →
Mushrooms have some of the most promising natural medicines available today. Researchers are providing scientific evidence that mushrooms deserved a place in our medicine cabinet. Scientific studies that have ... Continue reading →
There are tens of thousands of households that have a backyard or barnyard flock of chickens. Most are completely happy with just having their chickens peck the ground and control bugs. If you are one of those that likes to breed (or are thinking about breeding) your chickens, and you strive to improve on the breed, then I will share 8 ways to manage your chickens for increased production... Continue reading →
High blood pressure (hypertension) is a major risk factor for heart attack and the top risk factor for stroke. Therefore high blood pressure should not be taken lightly. In a recent study scientists put hibiscus up against Lisinopril and a placebo. The scientists found that... Continue reading →