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Mini Farming: Becoming Self Sufficient Through Homesteading And Organic Gardening, Gardening For Beginners (Mini Farming, urban farming, Homesteading, ... Vegetable Garden) (English Edition) [Kindle Edition]

Ray Btad

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Mini Farming - Becoming Self Sufficient Through Homesteading And Organic Gardening, Gardening For Beginners

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  • Introduction To Homesteading And Organic Gardening, You will learn all the benefits of Mini Farming, how you can save money, become healthier and do your part for the planet.
  • The Art Of Permaculture, Looking after your soil
  • Setting Up Your Own Organic Garden, step by step to building your garden
  • Raising Livestock, The basics
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Tags: Mini Farming, urban farming, Homesteading, self sustainability, Self Sufficiency, Organic Gardening, Vegetable Garden


  • Format: Kindle Edition
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  • Seitenzahl der Print-Ausgabe: 21 Seiten
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  • Sprache: Englisch
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4 von 4 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich
5.0 von 5 Sternen Great way to save money and have fresh food. 23. Juni 2014
Von Andrew Young - Veröffentlicht auf
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This is a brilliant concept to having your own mini farm. After reading this book it has motivated me to save a few dollars every week and at the same time, having full confidence that the food is absolutely fresh as there would be no chemicals or anything added. If anyone is planning to build a mini farm, this is the book for you! Not only that, it seems fun to do!
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Great fun! I can't WAIT to get my water buffalo! 22. Juli 2014
Von Whistlers Mom - Veröffentlicht auf
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This author is a man of wide interests and knowledge. In addition to teaching how to grow food and raise livestock on an urban lot, he has also written books on body-building and improving memory. My body is long past being "built" and I lost my memory so long ago I no longer remember having any, but I do like to eat and to save money so this seemed like a good fit for me and I certainly did enjoy it.

Unfortunately I am old enough to recall when suburban home-owners had vegetable gardens and the costs and back-breaking labor involved. The "Greatest Generation" had big families (and frequently lived to regret it!) Many of them had grown up on farms and (and here's the key) they were Depression Era kids and accustomed to working eighteen hours a day, seven days a week. NONE of those particular conditions exist today.

I don't know where this author is based. His English is good, but not that of a U.S. native. Where I live, land is still relatively cheap, but new houses are being built on lots which allow the parking of three or four vehicles in front and a deck and grill and small pool for the kids in back. There ARE houses being built on large lots, but they're expensive and I have trouble believing that the owners are growing their own turnips. You can still find older houses (like mine) with big lots, but they also have big trees and lots of shrubs which means little sunlight.

The author passes gently over the necessity to "train" your pets not to destroy your garden, but I think it's more complicated than that. I have two cats who are completely untrainable, trust me! In spite of a chain link fence, I also have feral cats, possums, raccoons, squirrels, rabbits, song birds, crows, dove, and hawks. There are coyotes in the neighborhood, although I've never seen one in my yard. Mind you, I live inside the city limits of a medium-size city. The amount of fencing and deterents necessary for me to get a bite of anything growing in my yard or to protect chickens or ducks would bankrupt me before I got a shovel into the ground.

But I do think the water buffalo is an exciting possibility. In case you don't know, a water buffalo (he says "river buffalo") is a common farm animal in India and other parts of Asia. I've seen them in India, although never in the U.S. When buying your water buffalo, be careful NOT to get pawned off with a Cape Buffalo, which is considered to be the most dangerous large animal in Africa. I've NEVER seen one of those, since U.S. zoos shy away from them. Don't attempt to milk a Cape Buffalo unless you're tired of living.

Water buffalo are usually quite docile, although huge and adorned with large, sharp horns. It will certainly cause a sensation when the neighbors get a load of it. Please remember that in order to get milk, you must have a FEMALE water buffalo which has recently given birth to a calf. Hopefully, one of your neighbors will have a MALE water buffalo which they use to pull their car to the service station when it won't start. Let us know how this works out for you. I think we'll ALL be interested!
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4.0 von 5 Sternen √ TAKE ACTION! Buy Icelandic Sheep 24. Juli 2014
Von Bassocantor - Veröffentlicht auf
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This is a fun little book with creative ideas on how to get your mini-farm going. I appreciated the author's enthusiasm for the subject. For example, at the very end of the book, Ray admonishes the readers to "Take Action!" What good does it do to just learn about something, but never DO anything! Good point!

Here are some strong parts of the book:
♦ Bribe your kids to get on board. Well, actually the author says, "Offer Rewards."
♦ Explanation of term "permaculture." This was a good explanation
♦ I enjoyed the livestock sections the best. I never thought of buying Icelandic Sheep or River Buffalo.

The section that impressed me the most was the author's emphasis on treating animal injuries: "As the handler of the farm, it is your duty to administer first-aid help to your livestock. You need to do this immediately to ensure the injured animal's safety." Then, Ray includes some good information on preparing first-aid kits to help your animals. Bravo!

Suggestions for Improvement:
♦ I thought the pest-control section was a little weak. The main suggestion was to buy frogs, lizards, and ladybugs. Being a gardener myself, I would say pest control is much tougher than that. But those suggestions are good. Who could object to having ladybugs in your garden?
♦ Some more photos would be helpful. I really would have liked to see photos of a River Buffalo.

√ All in all, a fun little read, with lots of inspiring ideas. Now, as the author tells us, TAKE ACTION!
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4.0 von 5 Sternen Great starting point 24. Juli 2014
Von Kuba - Veröffentlicht auf
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As a recently converted green thumb, I'm always interested in alternate methods to gardening. This book goes a little beyond a garden and considers raising your own livestock. This is a great place to start if your looking for ideas and a general description of what it entails.
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3.0 von 5 Sternen very basic 11. August 2014
Von RMW - Veröffentlicht auf
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very basic book. speaks of soil, little planting, and basics on animals to raise in yard. this was free when i got so i didn't lose anything from it.
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