I plan on doing shit like this on Czar and I's land here soon. Maybe start the foundation for all the stuff in the fall this year and next year get it fully going.
Fences are expensive tho so I was looking into making my own. Big (hmmm).
Any experience with this stuff guys? I used to live a similar life when I was a kid and am trying to recapture it.
So far our plan is: Husbandry
Chickens (Eggs/pets) Chickens (Meat), Goats (Milk/Pet), Goats (Meat) Couldn't imagine killing one tho, so idk boys might not have it in me
, Bees (Honey/Mead), Dogs (Tracking/Pet), and maybe a barn cat idk.PlantsPerennials
: LOADS of Fruits trees + Nut trees, Zone 3 Bamboo, Asparagus, Rhubarb, Horseradish, Chive+Local Garlic (Already grows in our ditches it's so plentiful here), Bunching onions (Although they might not survive due to us going down to -25 some years....) and finally BERRIES. BERRIES OF ALL TYPES. Black berry bushes, blue berries, currents, etc etc. Can be used to baking, cooking, MEAD, and so forth. Based.Annuals
Corn, POTATOES, HERBS SO MANY HERBS, Onions, Bet you're expecting tomatoes, nope. Fuck tomatoes.
three different types of grains, FLAX, Eggplants, and loads of different flower types for the bees and edible flowers.
Any other based and red pilled plants I've missed out on?
What's the most logical way to obtain calories in this situation. The mind goes towards potatoes and grains, of course. But I want have diverse calories.