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How to blow-dry a chicken

How to blow-dry a chicken

Ever tried to blow-dry a chicken? Nope, nor me. But that would never discourage my wife Linda if she thinks it’s going to help...

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Alpacas in the UK – an introduction

Alpacas are comparatively inexpensive to keep, and you don't need huge tracts of land for them

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Polytunnels in autumn

Polytunnels in autumn

Autumn in the polytunnel is a time for planting for the winter and hungry gap, as well as for harvesting melons and other autumnal treats.

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Keeping pigs – introduction

Keeping pigs is a popular option for homesteaders who want to produce their own meat.

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Keeping chickens – introduction

Keeping chickens – introduction

Introducing chickens - your own eggs, so full of flavour neighbours will be queuing up for them.
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