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Every year in our area, we have to build deer proof fences around our family gardens. These have to be a least 6-foot high or the deer will jump them. Our chicken coops have to be well built to protect …Read More...
I am fascinated by old books written by the pioneers, and every so often, I am lucky enough to find one that gives information that is useful for preparedness. Today I found a book written in 1907 called “Deadfalls and …Read More...
A friend of mine who regularly traps skunks and other pests has found a way to live trap skunks without them having a chance to spray. He takes a Havahart trap and removes the back. A piece of 8-10 inch …Read More...
This is a bit controversial and is not the most humane way to hunt. The only conditions under which I would ever consider doing this, is in a life and death situation. This is illegal in all 50 states, so …Read More...
Last year one of my sons had a rat problem around his chicken coop. He killed quite a few rats and the problem lessened. One of the ways he killed them was to bury a garbage can in the ground …Read More...
Yesterday, my son, grandson and a friend went duck hunting. Over the course of the day, they shot 18 ducks. Being not quite as conservative minded as myself, they merely removed the breasts and got rid of the rest. Now …Read More...
Bean Shooters Are Best For Boys – Memories of Rabbit Stew and a Slingshot
This is a guest post by C.E. Harris, Gerrardstown, West Virginia
When I was a kid growing up in Northern Virginia in the days “before the …Read More...
Ropes and Knots are something that most of us no longer use in our everyday modern life. If you lived a hundred years ago, most of us would have at least a rudimentary understanding of ropes and knots. In talking …Read More...
I know that some of you will disagree with me on this one. For a good knife for field use that is adequate for self-defense, I like the USMC Mark 2 Combat Knife, commonly called the KaBar. This was first …Read More...
This is an article that is posted with the permission of Creek Stevens from Willow Haven Outdoors http://willowhavenoutdoor.com/.
January 22, 2011 By CreekRead More...