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How to Grow Beef Cattle Feed on Your Homestead

Sarah lives 4,200 feet up on a mountain in northwestern Montana, where she homesteads, raises her two toddlers and writes professional SEO content. In her free time, she enjoys reading, hiking, kayaking, fishing, skiing, trail riding, and exploring the Kootenai National Forest that surrounds her cabin.
Sarah Hamelman

Let me preface this article by saying that we can grow 100% of our goat, rabbit, and chicken feed right here on our little 20-acre… Read More »How to Grow Beef Cattle Feed on Your Homestead

Grilled Ranch Garlic Parmesan Chicken

Photographer and Writer at Western Eclectic Imagery
Kayla is originally from Tennessee, but she’s also lived in Mississippi, Illinois, Iowa, and Texas.

She is happily married and is the mother of two beautiful baby girls.

Some of Kayla’s interests include camping, gardening, aviation, agriculture, and self-sufficiency. Kayla has worked in commercial agriculture- spraying crops, driving trucks, and loading aerial applicators.

When she’s not writing, she’s either serving her community as a law enforcement officer or behind the camera for her business, Western Eclectic Imagery.
Kayla McVey
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I always seem to switch up recipes I find online. This one is inspired by Bad Batch Baking and I can really say that I… Read More »Grilled Ranch Garlic Parmesan Chicken

Composting 101

Photographer and Writer at Western Eclectic Imagery
Kayla is originally from Tennessee, but she’s also lived in Mississippi, Illinois, Iowa, and Texas.

She is happily married and is the mother of two beautiful baby girls.

Some of Kayla’s interests include camping, gardening, aviation, agriculture, and self-sufficiency. Kayla has worked in commercial agriculture- spraying crops, driving trucks, and loading aerial applicators.

When she’s not writing, she’s either serving her community as a law enforcement officer or behind the camera for her business, Western Eclectic Imagery.
Kayla McVey
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Composting is a sustainable way to rid yourself of stinky kitchen scraps, save some money on fertilizer, and even clean up the debris out of… Read More »Composting 101

GMOs… and everything you need to know!

Photographer and Writer at Western Eclectic Imagery
Kayla is originally from Tennessee, but she’s also lived in Mississippi, Illinois, Iowa, and Texas.

She is happily married and is the mother of two beautiful baby girls.

Some of Kayla’s interests include camping, gardening, aviation, agriculture, and self-sufficiency. Kayla has worked in commercial agriculture- spraying crops, driving trucks, and loading aerial applicators.

When she’s not writing, she’s either serving her community as a law enforcement officer or behind the camera for her business, Western Eclectic Imagery.
Kayla McVey
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Today we’re taking a dive into what GMOs (genetically modified organisms) are, why they’re used, and so much more. GMOs can sound like a scary… Read More »GMOs… and everything you need to know!

5 Reasons to Raise Chickens on Your Homestead

Photographer and Writer at Western Eclectic Imagery
Kayla is originally from Tennessee, but she’s also lived in Mississippi, Illinois, Iowa, and Texas.

She is happily married and is the mother of two beautiful baby girls.

Some of Kayla’s interests include camping, gardening, aviation, agriculture, and self-sufficiency. Kayla has worked in commercial agriculture- spraying crops, driving trucks, and loading aerial applicators.

When she’s not writing, she’s either serving her community as a law enforcement officer or behind the camera for her business, Western Eclectic Imagery.
Kayla McVey
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Who doesn’t love chickens? They’re funny little critters that keep your yard clean, create fertilizer for your garden, and they keep the bugs down. It… Read More »5 Reasons to Raise Chickens on Your Homestead

How to Grow Goat Feed on Your Homestead

Sarah lives 4,200 feet up on a mountain in northwestern Montana, where she homesteads, raises her two toddlers and writes professional SEO content. In her free time, she enjoys reading, hiking, kayaking, fishing, skiing, trail riding, and exploring the Kootenai National Forest that surrounds her cabin.
Sarah Hamelman

Have you been wondering how to grow goat feed so you no longer need the feed store? In this piece, I’ll show you the basics… Read More »How to Grow Goat Feed on Your Homestead

The Best Fried Chicken Or Rabbit Recipe

Sarah lives 4,200 feet up on a mountain in northwestern Montana, where she homesteads, raises her two toddlers and writes professional SEO content. In her free time, she enjoys reading, hiking, kayaking, fishing, skiing, trail riding, and exploring the Kootenai National Forest that surrounds her cabin.
Sarah Hamelman

This is my go-to recipe when it comes to frying anything, from chicken, to rabbit, grouse, wild snowshoe hare, pheasant, or even the occasional pork… Read More »The Best Fried Chicken Or Rabbit Recipe

Chickens: The Ultimate Guide

Photographer and Writer at Western Eclectic Imagery
Kayla is originally from Tennessee, but she’s also lived in Mississippi, Illinois, Iowa, and Texas.

She is happily married and is the mother of two beautiful baby girls.

Some of Kayla’s interests include camping, gardening, aviation, agriculture, and self-sufficiency. Kayla has worked in commercial agriculture- spraying crops, driving trucks, and loading aerial applicators.

When she’s not writing, she’s either serving her community as a law enforcement officer or behind the camera for her business, Western Eclectic Imagery.
Kayla McVey
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Why Have Chickens? Chickens are not only a fun way to get into homesteading but they also provide pest control (despite bringing in other pests),… Read More »Chickens: The Ultimate Guide

Easy Baked Barbecue Rabbit

Sarah lives 4,200 feet up on a mountain in northwestern Montana, where she homesteads, raises her two toddlers and writes professional SEO content. In her free time, she enjoys reading, hiking, kayaking, fishing, skiing, trail riding, and exploring the Kootenai National Forest that surrounds her cabin.
Sarah Hamelman

Baked Barbecue Rabbit is the recipe I always recommend for homesteaders who are trying rabbit for the first time, whether it’s a whole rabbit purchased… Read More »Easy Baked Barbecue Rabbit

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Homestead Economics: 19 Ways to Make Money from Your Homestead

Photographer and Writer at Western Eclectic Imagery
Kayla is originally from Tennessee, but she’s also lived in Mississippi, Illinois, Iowa, and Texas.

She is happily married and is the mother of two beautiful baby girls.

Some of Kayla’s interests include camping, gardening, aviation, agriculture, and self-sufficiency. Kayla has worked in commercial agriculture- spraying crops, driving trucks, and loading aerial applicators.

When she’s not writing, she’s either serving her community as a law enforcement officer or behind the camera for her business, Western Eclectic Imagery.
Kayla McVey
Latest posts by Kayla McVey (see all)

Who doesn’t love extra cash? Especially these days. We’re going to explore different ways that you can make money on your homestead. There are plenty… Read More »Homestead Economics: 19 Ways to Make Money from Your Homestead