The Big Family Homestead channel is all about learning as we go while having a blast! Brad has a background in Christian rock music as well as decades in audio and video production but is pretty new to the “self reliant” lifestyle. Along with his wife Christa and their seven awesome kids, we are learning all about backyard chickens, gardening, food preservation, alternative energy, animal husbandry and much more.
Join the “Big Family Crew” as we learn and share the skills it take to be self reliant, and still have fun in the process.
Hi! I am Julianne and I live with my little family in Southeast Idaho. When I was eighteen months old I was hauling water to a pet rabbit and duck in our backyard and I have never changed. Currently we live on 1.65 acres in a high/cold desert. We raise milk goats, muscovy and khaki campbell ducks, meat rabbits, quail, pigs, and one lone Barred Rock hen.
Over the last five years we have transformed our sterile, dry acreage into a food forest that supports us and our animals all year. This last spring we ran a KickStarter and acquired a commercial grade greenhouse where we now raise food year round.
Our focus is teaching other to do what we have done and create most of our food from our own property for as little monetary input as possible. We can’t wait to get to know you, come check us out at our YouTube channel : http://youtube.com/user/Dirtpatcheaven
Here on Deep South Homestead we invite you to join us on
the porch for “Porch Time” and “Chat with Danny and
Wanda”. We are talking about the old ways that are nearly
forgotten, tools that require no batteries, gas or electricity,
gardening, cooking, canning, smoking meat, animal care,
and anything homesteading. We provide diy videos on a
variety of subjects: gardening, canning and cooking,
and videos with our friends and neighbors. Deep South
Homestead on YouTube is your southern hospitality channel.
Kirk, a crane operator by trade, and his wife, Amanda, homeschools our daughter, Bo, built a cabin behind and over their 17ft camper, installed nearly 4,000 watts of solar panels and drilled a fresh water well. With plans to start building their new 1,000 square foot off the grid home very soon.
We operate a youtube channel called 46 Degrees North Off Grid. On this channel we do detailed how to videos, off grid VLOGS – organic gardening – solar stuff – and cool drone flights around their land. Basically, its our lives, off the grid and what we have experienced thus far.
Kirk works at odd local jobs at his new home to earn some money and Amanda is working part time at a local dairy and both of us work part time at an all organic farm. With nearly zero bills, working full time isn’t necessary.
Life is tough starting again. We just wish we did it this way 20 years ago.
The Off Grid Kid is a young aspiring homesteader. From the garden to the kitchen, the Off Grid Kid is learning the self-sufficient lifestyle. He decided to make his channel to give a young person’s perspective on homesteading and prepping. He hopes to inspire people with his motto, “It’s so easy, even a kid can do it.”
Hello everyone my name is Stephanie and my husband and I run a 25 acre homestead in central Missouri. My family for generations have been farmers, some of my earliest memories are of growing up on the farm, picking green beans with my grandmother, helping my dad feed cattle and spending my summers helping tend the family tobacco fields. I have continued the lifestyle that I love with my husband and two daughters on our own homestead where we grow most of our food. My channel is for every one wanting to get into the homesteading lifestyle, we cover a wide range of topics from animal husbandry, to gardening, to purchasing your own homestead, and food preservation, basically anything homestead related. Feel free to come on over and check out the channel to see what is going on around our homestead and as always feel free to ask any question you have. https://www.youtube.com/user/jsfarms2004
Gardening with purpose, chickens and the eggs that they lay, creative cooking, crocheting, worm farms, up-cycling, canning, and everything else under the sun with God in the center of it all! We are on a new path of sustainable living and homesteading. You are invited to join us! With an amazing path BEFORE us, a community of incredible people BESIDE us, a legacy BEHIND us. The Goin’ Batty channel is the hub where we keep our ideas, experiences, successes, failures and anything else we feel like putting up here!
Melisa Mink lives on their homestead in North Mississippi near Holly Springs. She raises her own animals (2 and 4 legged), grows a good size garden, grows her own herbs, wild harvests herbs and foods. She owns her own line of lab tested essential oils, loves eating weeds and raising her kids to live off the land. She loves making homemade items such as salves, tonics, soaps, canning, and doing everything “homesteady”. Due to the need of having a DEET free option for serious bug control, she developed her own natural bug repellents and skin care line for her family that now sell nation wide. In her products she values using these herbs, organic milk, local honey as well as their own essential oils. Her channel mission is to share these skills, equip other parents with knowledge and give real encouragement to get them out of the house, spending time with their kids, learning skills needed to survive. Her website is Homesteadmoma.com
Hello, my name is Clare! My family and I have been prepsteaders (homesteader+preppers) for around 7 years. I am so excited for this journey we are on, and hope to continue to do this after I graduate! I do recipe videos, homesteading videos, gardening videos, diys, and much more! I hope you join me on this crazy ride called life! Have a blessed day 🙂