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Happy Holidays!

Happy Holidays!

Happy Holidays From The HomeAcre Hop!

It’s time to link up with the Happy Holidays HomeAcre Hop! For the next two weeks you are invited to link up your favorite posts or just check out the various links, there are some very talented bloggers out there! I am learning so much each week from all of you. This special hop will only run for two weeks and then the hosts will be taking a week off to spend with our families.

Please, only link posts that you haven’t linked before to keep the hop fresh and fun for everyone. Be sure to visit the other hosts as well. We would love to have you follow us on Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter, Etsy, Google+, Instagram or by email! 

Sandra @ Clearwater Farm,

Kathi  @ Oak Hill Homestead,

Mary  @ Homegrown on the Hill,

Jenny  @ Black Fox Homestead,

Ann  @ Summers Acres,

Lisa @ The Self Sufficient Homeacre,

and Me! (Nancy @ On The Home Front)

Each host will feature her own picks from the posts linked the previous week. That means your chances of being featured are even better! Visit each of our blogs to see if you were featured this week! (Don’t forget to link back to one of our blogs if you’d like to be featured!)

Here are the posts that caught my eye!

10 Tips For New Homesteaders by Homestead Mania.

Homestead Mania

Homestead Mania

 My Cleaning Arsenal – the Top Ten by The Browning Homestead at Red Fox Farm.

The Browning Homestead at Red Fox Farm

The Browning Homestead at Red Fox Farm

Thank you everyone for your fantastic posts. If you were featured be sure to pick up your “I was featured” button. We look forward to seeing what you have to share this week!


There are just a few little rules to follow:

  •  Family friendly posts only. ‘Nuff said
  • Please, no posts dedicated to advertising products.
  •  Link as many seasonal and harvest posts as you’d like! Older posts are great too.
  • Please visit as many of the other posts as you can and let them know you found them here!
  • If you wish to be featured, you must link back to the hop (on any host’s blog) with the button or a text link (this can be in your post, side bar, or on a special Blog Hop Page), and please follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Google + and/or Pinterest!
  •  Only share content and photos that you have created or have permission to share.
  •  By linking to this hop you are giving us permission to link back to your post if you are featured. Posts may be pinned to Pinterest, shared on Facebook, or promoted on Google+ and Twitter. :)

Please note: Posts that don’t follow these few little guidelines will be deleted.




Welcome To The HomeAcre Hop!

It’s time to link up with the HomeAcre Hop! Link up your favorite posts or just check out the various links, there are some very talented bloggers out there! I am learning so much each week from all of you.

Please, only link posts that you haven’t linked before to keep the hop fresh and fun for everyone. Be sure to visit the other hosts as well. We would love to have you follow us on Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter, Etsy, Google+, Instagram or by email! 

Sandra @ Clearwater Farm,

Kathi  @ Oak Hill Homestead,

Mary  @ Homegrown on the Hill,

Jenny  @ Black Fox Homestead,

Ann  @ Summers Acres,

Lisa @ The Self Sufficient Homeacre,

and Me! (Nancy @ On The Home Front)

Each host will feature her own picks from the posts linked the previous week. That means your chances of being featured are even better! Visit each of our blogs to see if you were featured this week! (Don’t forget to link back to one of our blogs if you’d like to be featured!)

Here are the posts that caught my eye!

Cats On The Homestead created some wonderful Christmas Garland – Circles and Trees. Very colorful and a wonderful project to do with your children.

Christmas Garland

Christmas Garland

 

 The Homesteader School shared an informative post on How To Render Animal Fats. If you’ve ever wondered how to do this check this post out.

How To Render Fat

How To Render Fat

Thank you everyone for your fantastic posts. If you were featured be sure to pick up your “I was featured” button. We look forward to seeing what you have to share this week!

On The Home Front
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There are just a few little rules to follow:

  •  Family friendly posts only. ‘Nuff said
  • Please, no posts dedicated to advertising products.
  •  Link as many seasonal and harvest posts as you’d like! Older posts are great too.
  • Please visit as many of the other posts as you can and let them know you found them here!
  • If you wish to be featured, you must link back to the hop (on any host’s blog) with the button or a text link (this can be in your post, side bar, or on a special Blog Hop Page), and please follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Google + and/or Pinterest!
  •  Only share content and photos that you have created or have permission to share.
  •  By linking to this hop you are giving us permission to link back to your post if you are featured. Posts may be pinned to Pinterest, shared on Facebook, or promoted on Google+ and Twitter. :)

Please note: Posts that don’t follow these few little guidelines will be deleted.

The Self Sufficient HomeAcre
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Please Join Us For The Thankful HomeAcre Hop!

November 21 and 28th

You are invited to share your Thanksgiving and seasonal posts

on these special editions of

The HomeAcre Hop!

:)

Please, only link posts that you haven’t linked before to keep the hop fresh and fun for everyone. Be sure to visit the other hosts as well. We would love to have you follow us on Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter, Etsy, Google+, Instagram or by email!

Sandra @ Clearwater Farm,

Kathi  @ Oak Hill Homestead,

Mary  @ Homegrown on the Hill,

Jenny  @ Black Fox Homestead,

Ann  @ Summers Acres,

Lisa @ The Self Sufficient Homeacre,

and Me! (Nancy @ On The Home Front)

Each host will feature her own picks from the posts linked the previous week. That means your chances of being featured are even better! Visit each of our blogs to see if you were featured this week! (Don’t forget to link back to one of our blogs if you’d like to be featured!)

Last week we had a record number of posts shared, as a result I am featuring three different posts!

Katie from Maple Grove wrote a very timely post on How to Brine snd Roast a Turkey and Make Perfect Gravy From Scratch. I pinned the post to refer to on Thanksgiving Day!

Pa Mac of Farm Hand’s Companion wrote a very informative post on Planting Heirloom Apple Trees. This is something on my homestead “to do” list. I really enjoyed all the information provided!

The Taylor’s of Taylor-Made Ranch Homestead Blog wrote a wonderful post on Living Deliberately – Voluntary Simplicity. An important message for us all!

Thank you everyone for your fantastic posts. If you were featured be sure to pick up your “I was featured” button. We look forward to seeing what you have to share this week!

On The Home Front
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In addition to your Thanksgiving and seasonal posts you are invited to share your original posts on: Homesteading, livestock care, gardening, environmentally friendly farming, self sufficiency, preparedness, off grid living, healthy recipes, home remedies and herbal concoctions, green living, homeschooling, food preservation, environmentally friendly crafts and home decor, photo posts of natural living and homesteading subjects! Now that’s a lot of information to share! If it fits any of these topics, we want to hear about it –

There are just a few little rules to follow:

  •  Family friendly posts only. ‘Nuff said
  • Please, no posts dedicated to advertising products.
  •  Link as many seasonal and harvest posts as you’d like! Older posts are great too.
  • Please visit as many of the other posts as you can and let them know you found them here!
  • If you wish to be featured, you must link back to the hop (on any host’s blog) with the button or a text link (this can be in your post, side bar, or on a special Blog Hop Page), and please follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Google + and/or Pinterest!
  •  Only share content and photos that you have created or have permission to share.
  •  By linking to this hop you are giving us permission to link back to your post if you are featured. Posts may be pinned to Pinterest, shared on Facebook, or promoted on Google+ and Twitter. :)

Please note: Posts that don’t follow these few little guidelines will be deleted.

On The Home Front
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Please Join Us For The Thankful HomeAcre Hop!

November 14, 21, and 28th

You are invited to share your Thanksgiving and seasonal posts

on these special editions of

The HomeAcre Hop!

:)

Please, only link posts that you haven’t linked before to keep the hop fresh and fun for everyone. Be sure to visit the other hosts as well. We would love to have you follow us on Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter, Etsy, Google+, Instagram or by email!

Sandra @ Clearwater Farm,

Kathi  @ Oak Hill Homestead,

Mary  @ Homegrown on the Hill,

Jenny  @ Black Fox Homestead,

Ann  @ Summers Acres,

Lisa @ The Self Sufficient Homeacre,

and Me! (Nancy @ On The Home Front)

Each host will feature her own picks from the posts linked the previous week. That means your chances of being featured are even better! Visit each of our blogs to see if you were featured this week! (Don’t forget to link back to one of our blogs if you’d like to be featured!)

Last week Susan from Learning And Yearning did a great post on Make Your Own Apple Cider Vinegar. I’ve been wanting to do this for a while, thank you Susan for your informative post!

Rick from City Boy Hens inspired me with his post Want To Learn How To Make Italian Sausage? After reading his step by step process I’m convinced I can do this! Can’t wait to try!

Susan and Rick be sure to pick up your “I was featured’ button!

The Self Sufficient HomeAcre
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In addition to your Thanksgiving and seasonal posts you are invited to share your original posts on: Homesteading, livestock care, gardening, environmentally friendly farming, self sufficiency, preparedness, off grid living, healthy recipes, home remedies and herbal concoctions, green living, homeschooling, food preservation, environmentally friendly crafts and home decor, photo posts of natural living and homesteading subjects! Now that’s a lot of information to share! If it fits any of these topics, we want to hear about it –

There are just a few little rules to follow:

  •  Family friendly posts only. ‘Nuff said
  • Please, no posts dedicated to advertising products.
  •  Link as many seasonal and harvest posts as you’d like! Older posts are great too.
  • Please visit as many of the other posts as you can and let them know you found them here!
  • If you wish to be featured, you must link back to the hop (on any host’s blog) with the button or a text link (this can be in your post, side bar, or on a special Blog Hop Page), and please follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Google + and/or Pinterest!
  •  Only share content and photos that you have created or have permission to share.
  •  By linking to this hop you are giving us permission to link back to your post if you are featured. Posts may be pinned to Pinterest, shared on Facebook, or promoted on Google+ and Twitter. :)

Please note: Posts that don’t follow these few little guidelines will be deleted.

On The Home Front
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Welcome to the Home Acre Hop!

It’s time to link up with the HomeAcre Hop! Link up your favorite posts or just check out the various links, there are some very talented bloggers out there! I am learning so much each week from all of you.

Please, only link posts that you haven’t linked before to keep the hop fresh and fun for everyone. Be sure to visit the other hosts as well. We would love to have you follow us on Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter, Etsy, Google+, Instagram or by email! 

Sandra from Clearwater Farm,

Kathi from Oak Hill Homestead,

Mary from Homegrown on the Hill,

Jenny @ Black Fox Homestead,

Ann @ Summers Acres,

Lisa @ The Self Sufficient Homeacre,

and Me! (Nancy @ On The Home Front)

Each host will feature her own picks from the posts linked the previous week. That means your chances of being featured are even better! Visit each of our blogs to see if you were featured this week! (Don’t forget to link back to one of our blogs if you’d like to be featured!)

On The Home Front
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Last week we had a record number of posts shared on the HomeAcre Harvest Hop. I love reading the different posts and sure appreciate all of you who take the time to link up.
Annie’s from Annie’s Place shared a very informative post on the various ways to preserve pumpkins. Have you ever tried drying pumpkins? Check out Annie’s post Preserving Pumpkins for more information!

Preserving, Pumpkins

Preserving Pumpkins

I love pears and Tanusree’s post on Spiced Pear Jam caught my eye. The ingredients are simple and the jam a beautiful fall color. Tanusree writes the blog Ma Niche and shared several wonderful posts last week!

jam, pear

Annie and Tanusree be sure to pick up your “I was featured button”! I look forward to seeing what you’ll be sharing this week.

 If you would like to be featured in the future, be sure to link back to the hop. We love to read encouraging posts about homesteading. Please stop by to congratulate the featured bloggers this week. 

You are invited to share your original posts on:

Homesteading, livestock care, gardening, environmentally friendly farming, self sufficiency, preparedness, off grid living, healthy recipes, home remedies and herbal concoctions, green living, homeschooling, food preservation, environmentally friendly crafts and home decor, photo posts of natural living and homesteading subjects! Now that’s a lot of information to share! If it fits any of these topics, we want to hear about it :) There are just a few little rules to follow:

  • Family friendly posts only. ‘Nuff said :)
  • Please, no posts dedicated to advertising products.
  • Link as many appropriate posts as you’d like each week. Older posts are great too.
  • Please visit as many of the other posts as you can and let them know you found them here!
  • If you wish to be featured, you must link back to the hop (on either host’s blog) with the button or a text link, and please follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Google + and/or Pinterest!
  • Please follow us by email! You’ll receive notice when the hop is open for business. :)
  • Only share content that you have created.
  • Please remember that the whole idea of a blog hop is to visit the other bloggers and make connections and friendships…so share the linky love!
  • By linking to this hop you are giving us permission to link back to your post if you are featured. We will also include one photo from your post in the interest of sending visitors your way :)
  • Please note: Posts that don’t follow these few little guidelines will be deleted.
The Self Sufficient HomeAcre
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 Welcome to the Home Acre Harvest Hop!

Join us for the second ever HomeAcre Harvest Hop 

October 31st!

You are invited to share your harvest and seasonal posts on this special editions of The HomeAcre Hop! 

Before we start I want to congratulate Susan T!

Susan is the winner of Dr. Mercola’s Whole food Multivitamin Plus Vital Minerals Giveaway!

Now be sure to visit the other hosts as well. We love to have you follow us on Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter, Etsy, Google+, Instagram or by email! 

Sandra from Clearwater Farm,

Kathi from Oak Hill Homestead,

Mary from Homegrown on the Hill,

Jenny @ Black Fox Homestead,

Ann @ Summers Acres,

Lisa @ The Self Sufficient Homeacre,

and Me (Nancy @ On The Home Front)

Each host will feature her own picks from the posts linked the previous week. That means your chances of being featured are even better! Visit each of our blogs to see if you were featured this week! (Don’t forget to link back to one of our blogs if you’d like to be featured!)  We love to read encouraging posts about homesteading. Please stop by to congratulate the featured bloggers this week. 

Last week Grace from Queen of the Doublewide caught my eye with her Pear Smoothies – A Healthy Fall Treat! What a great way to use some of the local harvest! Thanks for sharing Grace!fall, smoothies

Mindie from The (mis)Adventures of a “Born Again” Farm Girl was also making good use of the harvest by making Apple Butter. If you’ve ever wondered how to make this wonderful butter be sure to check out her post!apples, harvest, butter

Grace and Susan be sure to pick up your “I was featured” button! We look forward to seeing what you share this week!

On The Home Front
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Before you link up there are just a few little rules to follow: :) 

  •  Family friendly posts only. ‘Nuff said
  • Please, no posts dedicated to advertising products.
  •  Link as many seasonal and harvest posts as you’d like! Older posts are great too.
  • Please visit as many of the other posts as you can and let them know you found them here!
  • If you wish to be featured, you must link back to the hop (on any host’s blog) with the button or a text link, and please follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Google + and/or Pinterest!
  •  Only share content and photos that you have created or have permission to share.
  •  By linking to this hop you are giving us permission to link back to your post if you are featured. Posts may be pinned to Pinterest, shared on Facebook, or promoted on Google+ and Twitter. :)

Please note: Posts that don’t follow these few little guidelines will be deleted.

 

On The Home Front
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