#FoodIsFree Cart Brooksville FL

Our #FoodIsFree Cart In Brooksville, FL

We are so glad to invite you to take a virtual visit to our very own #FoodIsFree cart located in Brooksville, FL. Join the movement to share the abundance of God’s blessings with neighbors, friends, family and community. Start your own Food Is Free spot and answer the call to SHARE and be a BLESSING […]

pesticides coverup

Would You Like A Side Of Pesticides With That?

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 healthcare […]

DIY aquaponic system

Our DIY Solar Aquaponic System

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 scrap […]

hand held goat cow milking pump system

NEW! A Safe, User Friendly Hand Held Milking System!

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 to […]

A Pen For Our Piglets

Boy, am-I glad the work week had begun! This weekend, using free lumber I get from a mattress manufacture, I built a ramp for our goats to help them get on top of their stalls where they can bask in the warm Florida sun, I also replaced our well’s pressure tank, and plumbed it after […]

The Newest Addition to our Homestead – Chicks!

I give praises to God for the newest addition to our Florida homestead. Yesterday, the Lord blessed us with 2 chicks which we hatched after incubation for 3 weeks. We have more eggs in the incubator, mostly duck eggs. Above is a photo of our first chick. God willing, more will come which we plan […]