I'M LOOKING FOR HAND SOAP FIRST THEN IF I DONT BLOW MY SELF UP THEN I'LL TRY THE OTHERScowgirlone said:Hi Kevin, You've come to the right place!
First of all, Welcome to the forums!!
Some of the posters have been doing great on less than an acre.
As far as soap goes, are you wanting a hand soap, laundry soap, dish washing soap, etc.? We have the recipes for all of the above And we're happy to share!!
I AM PLANNING ON GETTING SOME CHICKENS A FEW GOATS ALREADY HAVE THREE RABBITS AND SOME MORE ON THE WAY.AND ON ONE SIDE OF MY PROPERTY I HAVE A SPACE OF ABOUT 100X75 THAT I PLAN ON GARDENING ON.Jo said:Hi and Welcome.......the library is a wonderful sourse of information.....
With planning you can do a lot with 1 acre.....you didn't say what kind of animals you wanted to raise?
Gardening can be done in pots and you can use less space by growing vine crops around corn stalks. Let us know more ......people can share their ideas.
THANKS FOR THE INFO HOW DO I GET IN TOUCH WITH HER.Balancedmom2003 said:Hi Eric, you might want to pm Mrs_Stuart...... They live on 1 acre and do alot! Goats, ducks, rabbits, chickens, pig and have a good garden. I have been chatting back and forth with her. She also knows about making soap! Give it a try!
WHERE WOULD ONE CHECK ON THE LOCAL RESTRICTIONS AT.Ken Scharabok said:Keep in mind more and more areas are imposing restrictions against certain formerly common activities, such as free-ranging chickens or require a minimum acreage per larger livestock. Check what the local restrictions are. Just because you see the guy next door doing it, doesn't mean you can. They may have grandfather rights.
Ken S. in WC TN
Local county court house would be a good start - they generally will most always cover state regulations as well. If you are within a town or city limits, need to check with the city office as well - often called a planning commission or some such.kevin537 said:WHERE WOULD ONE CHECK ON THE LOCAL RESTRICTIONS AT.