STOCK UP On Dehydrated Foods

Anytime of the year is a good time to STOCK UP On Dehydrated Food. I watch for sales, bargains, and coupons. Not all of us have the time to dehydrate all the items we use and keep them fresh, and on hand.

Since 1972 Augason Farms Dehydrated Food has been a quality product, with tried and true recipes. At different times of the year, you will find it on sale and up to 65% OFF and free shipping. This is the time to stock up on Dehydrated Foods. For me, the best place to find these sales is on Amazon.

I have stored and used this product for many years, both as a prepped storage and rotating cans I have used many. We are a meat, potatoes and vegetable family. We raise our own meat, eggs, and milk our goats. Sooo the obvious choices for us are soups, vegetables, chicken or beef flavored items, and potatoes of any kind.

These are a few items on sale right now

Are you willing to wait until you need the items, to wish you had them and then hope they are good tasting.  I like to try the items we plan to have on hand during a power outage, blizzard or tornado. If my family won’t eat it, there is no point in it taking up shelf space.

I also keep these items on hand because the store is 15 miles away. It is not like I can run over and pickup a  onion  while cooking a meal. There are many items, that do not keep well when fresh, that I keep on hand in the dehydrated form. Celery, Onions, Garlic, Peppers, and Mushrooms just to name a few.

I was raised to keep a well stocked pantry, this has never been hard for me to plan and follow thru. I was also taught to can, hot water bath and pressure can. the thing I feel people do not plan for is, VARIETY. Is your family going to want to eat the same thing day after day?

Augason Farms Dehydrated Food is ON SALE and up to 65% OFF.

  • Perfect for Food Storage, Emergencies, Survival, Camping, and Everyday Use!
  • Up to a 25 Year Shelf Life!

How to Grow Potatoes in Bags

How to Grow Potatoes in Bags

The traditional method of growing potatoes is tilling, planting, weeding, watering, and harvesting. Traditional harvesting involves hard work to dig up all those potatoes. Eliminating this back breaking work has been key to the development of many easier ways to harvest potatoes.

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HOW TO Care for Baby Chicks

A Guide to the Care of Baby Chicks

Caring for baby chicks

Initially chicks do not need much room because they spend most their time sleeping. This allows you to start with a smaller area, keeping the baby chicks close to the heat, food and water and gradually increase the amount of room they have. This will avoid conflicts, stress amongst the group.

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Chicken Supplies ON SALE


Spring is coming… Not in South Dakota yet… but many states are seeing green grass and planting gardens.

What else goes with homestead SPRING?


BABY Chicks, ducks, guineas, turkeys and so much more.

Remember the statement last year, NO MORE? Yeah, ummm right, until you see the sweet little fluffy butts. Hey not judging, I am as guilty as anyone of you. Every year my husband has to pull me away from the tanks at my local farm supply store!

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30% OFF Instant Pot $69.99

SAVE 30% TODAY 3/1/2018.

For those of you that do not have one, they are fantastic and do save time. We will be posting some easy recipes today! I hope you like them.

Instant Pot DUO60 6 Quart 7-in-1 Multi-Use Programmable Pressure Cooker, Slow Cooker, Rice Cooker, Steamer, Sauté, Yogurt Maker and Warmer  is 30% OFF right now, how long it will last I do not know so get it while you can… Regular $99.99 on sale for $69.99 

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