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[Total: 0    Average: 0/5] You must sign in to vote We’ve definitely had our failures here on our urban farm, but with this one tip we’ve had amazing success in the desert! ↓↓↓↓↓↓ CLICK “SHOW MORE” FOR RESOURCES ↓↓↓↓↓↓↓↓ ______________________________ 🖥 OUR WEBSITE: ______________________________ 📝DOWNLOAD OUR FREE GUIDES: The Ultimate Soil Guide: Getting Started with Goats: ______________________________ 🌱WATCH OUR FREE ONLINE CLASS: Natural Solutions for the Home & Farm: _____________________________ 👨‍🌾FARMING & GARDENING EQUIPMENT: My Favorite Soil Mix: Raised Garden Beds: Non-GMO, Heirloom Seeds: Farm Boots: “The Market Gardener” book: _____________________________ 🐐MILKING EQUIPMENT: Large Milking Pail: Small Milking Pail: Homemade Udder Wipes: Milk Jars: Plastic Lids: Stainless Steel Milk Strainer: Milk Filters: _____________________________ 🍳KITCHEN EQUIPMENT: Instant Pot: Blender: Cast-Iron Pans: Bread Mixer: Yogurt Starter: Kombucha Starter: Real Food Meal Plans: _____________________________ 🌱HEALTHY LIVING: Organic Mattresses: (use WEED10 to get 10% off) Organic Makeup: Henna Hair Dye: Our dōTERRA Essential Oil Store: Glass Spray Bottles: Essential Oil Rollon Bottles: _____________________________ 📹FILMING EQUIPMENT: Our Camera: Our Tripod: Our Drone: Editing Software (iMovie): Music: _____________________________ 📦OUR SHIPPING ADDRESS: PO Box 2551 Gilbert, AZ 85299 NOTE: Yes, some of those links above are affiliate links. By clicking on these, you can show your support for FREE. Even though it’s just a small commission, every little bit helps us to continue to put time & effort into these videos. Thanks so much, my friends! Video Rating: / 5


  • Kirsten Whitworth 1 year ago

    Conifer needles (like pine) are full of vitamin C; I'll bet that's part of why the goats like them. 🙂

  • Pj Farley 1 year ago

    Can I have a shoutout

  • Pj Farley 1 year ago

    I just started my channel and I have 15 subs any tips

  • gabby g 1 year ago

    I love watching your videos!! You have influenced me to create a garden of my own!! Do you think you can make more videos of what you cook for dinner and what you use from your garden I would love that, tysm

  • sarah g 1 year ago

    You didn't say please

  • hi_ryguy10 1 year ago

    “Barn” cat time ?

  • Rhonna Marsden 1 year ago

    i live in the burbs, have no animals, in an older established neighborhood and our yard is very clean & tidy. We have roof rats, everyone does. they use the top rail of our fences as a super highway, and the run around the neighborhood helping themselves to everyones fruit and nut trees. i've never had a problem with them coming out during the day or getting into my veggie garden when i have one. we just got our first load of wood chips delivered and i was so freaking excited. lol.

  • Joy Stefoni Fisher 1 year ago

    Under pallets is the perfect home for rats! Be careful! We've been having rat problems under our house, which we thought was totally sealed off!! Get them quick!!

  • LifeGoesNorth 1 year ago

    Meanwhile in Alaska the watermelon plant is 2" tall. It's safe to say I won't be getting a melon! Awesome harvest you guys. Seeds look so fun. Makes me want to place an order too. 🙂

  • parthavi pidaparthy 1 year ago

    You are doing chores in the night and I am afraid of the scorpions if they bite you. Please be careful. Rats are another nuisance which spoil the pellets, grains etc. Take care.

  • KAREN PARRA 1 year ago

    They are after your grain be careful if they get in the grain could make ur goats sick

  • Eva J. 1 year ago

    please wave to us next time when you make birds view….

  • Mechille 1 year ago

    Can't wait to see your big garden area….  get something done about those rats.  🙁

  • Len whatever 1 year ago

    Actually pine needles make a great chilled tea. Tastes lemony. Fir is not bad either. I have sometimes just chewed on them while walking. The fresh ones in spring taste best.

  • Jenifer Kuntz 1 year ago

    Where do you get your seeds?

  • Dave Gonzales 1 year ago

    need one of the those bucket mouse traps where you put a ramp with a trap door on the top that when the rat's weight is on the door it falls in the bucket of water and they drown. you could have your husband build it since he likes projects like that.

  • R Venable 1 year ago

    Time to get a "barn" cat.

  • pharoahs porquez 1 year ago

    Good morning everyone

  • Pj Farley 1 year ago


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