There were 93 post submissions last week! Let’s get that back over 100 next week! Each host features a different post each week (there are six of us) so you have a good chance at getting a feature. Please read through the rules before you link up! I post them just above the linky.
The giveaway for a Laura Ingalls Wilder prize package is still going so make sure you enter if you have not already (ends April 24th). I also just added a giveaway for seeds and a book from Powerful Plants (ends April 14th). This week on Pint Size Farm I talked about…
- GMO vs Heirloom Seeds and why it matters. Which one do you use in your garden?
- The easiest way to clean a mealworm colony. Mealworms are a great addition to a homestead. They provide a cheap protein for your backyard chickens and the frass can be used as a fertilizer in your garden.
- Yard sale tips for sellers. It’s that time of year! Garage sale season has begun so now is the time to turn your clutter into cash.
Time for the featured submission! Each week I feature one of the posts from the previous hop. Each hop host chooses their own post to feature so you have seven chances of being featured! All features are shared on pinterest, facebook, and twitter. This week I decided to feature How to Make Thousand Island Dressing in Minutes found at Taylor Made Ranch. I can’t wait to try this recipe.
Homesteading Blogs submit your best posts from last week below!
The linky for this weeks submissions is below. If you need a refresher on the rules for the hop then head on over to my Homesteading HomeAcre Blog Hop page. The one that seems to be missed most often is to make sure to feature the button from the hop on your page (or link back to it in the post you submit)! The button can be found on my Homesteading HomeAcre Blog Hop Page. Without a button or link (on your page or post), we cannot feature you.