We strive to help people like you learn ways to gain independence through homesteading and gardening as well as through off grid energy solutions.
At Glorious Acres, we not only teach you how to build things or show you how to make stuff, we provide you with links to the tools and products we use on our homestead!
Did you know most fresh foods you eat contains toxic levels of pesticides? That’s right! Thanks to a rigged system, for decades the USDA has looked the other way when pesticides are concerned. Why? Because pesticides boost productivity and pesticides cause cancer as well as countless other terminal illnesses which in turn, drive the healthcareRead More
Today, I built a solar generator using both new and used parts that are ISO 9001 and/or CE certified. Everyone knows having an emergency generator is a must, but which one should you go for? A gas generator, or solar generator? Since I already have a 3,500 Watt gas generator, and I believe in havingRead More
I am so glad to share this post with you today, as after over 3 years of research and tinkering, I was finally able to assemble my first solar powered aquaponic system. Check it out in the video below: In the video above, I walk you through our DIY Aquaponics System I built using scrapRead More
Yesterday was another epic day in our Florida homestead as we not only collected a glorious harvest from our gardens, our duck & chicken hens and our milking goats, but we also set a record for items purchased from our online store. From complete hand milking systems to hand milker lid assemblies, we shipped moreRead More
I give praise to God for my newest invention: A user friendly, safe lid assembly for hand held milking pumps. Until just a few days ago, we were using the original Dansha Farms lid assembly that’s held together using an epoxy type compound (blob) that we never trusted as being food grade. Even though DanshaRead More
I’m glad to report that finally, there’s an alternative to the Dansha Farms’ hand held milking system, a product that IMO should be outlawed for its inability to be adequately cleaned. You see, over a year ago, I purchased a hand held milking system from Dansha Farms trusting that the blob of polyurethane (used toRead More