My new eBook on entrepreneurship has several innovative enterprise models for small farms. These are mostly based on my proprietary technologies, but may be used without payment of royalty or other fees. This eBook may be found on the following websites:
1) ENTREPRENEURSHIP.pdf (for Adobe); 2) ENTREPRENEURSHIP.DOCX (for Microsoft Word).
3) ENTREPRENEURSHIP.MOBI (Kindle Format & Amazon); & 4) ENTREPRENEURSHIP.Pub (for other readers).
Posted on March 29, 2017 at 5:13pm
In areas where chickens and other larger fowl are not allowed, quail are a great option. Quail may be reared indoors in a large bird cage or in part of your yard using a "run" (an enclosure made with a light-frame and bird netting). The Bobwhite breed generally produce the most eggs, plus good quality meat. Texas A & M hybrid Button quail grow the fastest and produce the most meat. A small incubator and an order of fertile quail eggs will get you started. You will need to find and…Continue
Posted on September 2, 2013 at 5:19pm — 2 Comments
If you have a tick problem, you may eliminate most of your ticks by using dry-ice traps in the spring and fall. Ticks hunt by CO2 detection to find prey with blood and a CO2 signature (exhaust). Use several small tubs of dry-ice, covered with a thick layer of heavy white felt (that touches the ground on all sides) ... and place these around your garden and/or yard areas. As the dry-ice melts, CO2 from this ice is trapped by the heavy felt. Ticks will use their sensing abilities to find…Continue
Posted on August 28, 2013 at 4:30pm — 2 Comments
Most people growing their own foods do so to avoid GMOs and herbicides/ chemicals used to help grow these crops. In addition home growers seek a better quality of food free of all the additives, fillers, preservatives and chemical residues found in foods from the stores.
We can all avoid the temptation of growing GMO crops by reviewing a Rodale Institute 30-year farming study that shows non-GMO crops produce more than GMO crops. In addition, research by the Univ. of California,…Continue
Posted on August 28, 2013 at 1:33pm