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Modern Missouri Pioneers: A tour around the Farm

On the top of a hill in the rolling hills of Lawrence County, Missouri sits our home.

Modern Missouri Pioneers: Oh, Lardy!!!

Modern Missouri Pioneers: Oh, Lardy!

How To Grow And Make Your Own Cooking Oil - This is a great way to become more self sufficient and save money all at the same time. At least you know making it yourself there will be no additives and chemicals in the oil.

How To Grow And Make Your Own Cooking Oil

How To Grow And Make Your Own Cooking Oil - This is a great way to become more self sufficient and save money all at the same time. At least you know making it yourself there will be no additives and chemicals in the oil.

Just a bit about us, the Modern Missouri Pioneers

Meet the Modern Missouri Pioneer Family. Learn what led us to where we are and decide for yourself if we can help you get to where you want to be.

Modern Missouri Pioneers: Winter projects

One of the myths of Modern Pioneering and Homesteading is that there is little work to do in the winter.

Modern Missouri Pioneers: An Unpleasant Reminder

Modern Missouri Pioneers: An Unpleasant Reminder

Modern Missouri Pioneers: The Lessons Continue

Modern Missouri Pioneers: The Lessons Continue

15 More Awesome Chicken Coop Designs and Ideas | How To Build A House For Your Homestead Chickens by Pioneer Settler at http://pioneersettler.com/15-awesome-chicken-coop-ideas-designs/ #ChickenCoopPlansStepByStep

15 More Awesome Chicken Coop Designs and Ideas | How To Build A House For Your Homestead Chickens by Pioneer Settler at http://pioneersettler.com/15-awesome-chicken-coop-ideas-designs/ #ChickenCoopPlansStepByStep

Controlling the chaos on a Modern Homestead requires routines, planning and dividing large tasks into smaller ones that can be accomplished in steps.

Controlling the chaos on a Modern Homestead requires routines, planning and dividing large tasks into smaller ones that can be accomplished in steps.

4 Common Plants You Didn’t Know You Could Turn Into Flour | Off The Grid News........Who Knew!

4 Common Plants You Didn’t Know You Could Turn Into Flour: Amaranth, Acorns, Cattail tubers, and Rye grass.

Dehydrating eggs. Because, someday, I  will want to have protein that didn't come from a FEMA truck. Separate the eggs and yolks before dehydrating to have more options when baking or cooking.

Poverty Prepping: Dehydrating Eggs ~ 4 dozen dehydrated eggs in a quart jar. You can separate the egg whites and yolk too.

the garden-roof coop: The Coop and Chickens

- Bob Bowling Rustics -- Community Chickens - lots of cool coops of recycled materials

pretty chicken coop

My someday chicken coop. Maybe I'll transform the doghouse! Raising Chickens in the South - Southern Living. If this chicken thing goes well. Maybe a version of this at the next house!

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