Home Farm Deals and Neat Stuff

by Daisy on 07/07/2014

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Links to deals and cool stuff I’ve run across the web this week related to home farming and sustainability.

b0c50ab1992155a02ba9558a1dd9eba7Check out this collection of seeds to plant to grow your own chicken feed; corn, sorghum, chard, millet, pumpkin, peas, and more.

Made in USA privacy/windscreen attaches to your 6′ chain link fence. $41.98 plus shipping for 50 feet.

greengglass-pop-galleryMade in Milwaukee, these cool tumblers are recycled from used soda pop bottles. $30/set of 4.

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I’ve always wanted to try these. Anybody use soapnuts? These are on sale from Williams-Sonoma Agrarian for $5.99.

yhst-91263578662980_2267_191190767Everybody needs a trunk shovel. This one is commercial duty. American made by Bully Tools, $29.95.http://www.garrettwade.com/professional-gardeners-tools/p/79W04.01/

79W0401Gorgeous all-steel professional gardener’s tools. USA Made. Not cheap, but seemingly indestructible. After all, buy cheap, buy twice. At least twice.

c41a4f976be771aca37fadf351c633e5Bug-Out Seed Bag of heirloom seeds from Sustainable Seed Company. 25 different vegetables and seeds sealed in a compact mylar bag.

 



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Cinnamon Vogue July 8, 2014 at 12:41 pm

Oh I like that that bug out seed bag. That is a good find. Organic too. Thanks.

Paulette July 8, 2014 at 3:44 pm

I have the soap nuts (from a different company, just google for options) and they do work, use them for sheets and towels. Haven’t convinced hubby yet. He does some of the laundry. And they can be used for more than one load. Definitely ecologically better but I do not remember about the sustainability.

Daisy July 9, 2014 at 9:11 am

Paulette–Interesting!

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