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Gore Galore: GVQ Update #9

Homesteads and Homeschools

Release Date: 05/28/2020

Hangin' with Papa Pepper show art Hangin' with Papa Pepper

Homesteads and Homeschools

Episode 103 bring another long sought after guest, Papa Pepper! Papa Pepper is living the life many homesteaders strive for, growing his family, growing his crops, building his animal flocks, and being an all around all-star. Oh, and he's an author. Give it a listen, you'll learn something and you'll love him as much as I do. Promise.

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Chicken for All! with Geoff Wacker show art Chicken for All! with Geoff Wacker

Homesteads and Homeschools

Welcome to 2021! And welcome to our first guest of the year, Geoff Wacker. Geoff is a chicken guy. He grows a lot of chickens, but doesn't put them all in his own freezer. I talked to Geoff about what he does with all his "extra" chickens, why he does it, and hopefully it can encourage everyone to get out there and share a bit with their own community.

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Four Clowns and a Tuna Sponge show art Four Clowns and a Tuna Sponge

Homesteads and Homeschools

Closing out the fine year of 2020, the Liberty Hippie brings on not one, not two, but three guests! None of them are new to the show, but the boys say down and talked about what they've learned in the year past and how they're hoping to grow their systems and community as the calendar flips. And of course, some necessary homestead pest control.

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Homesteading on the Good View Quarter with Ben Pangie show art Homesteading on the Good View Quarter with Ben Pangie

Homesteads and Homeschools

Finally, after only 100 episodes, I was able to nail down podcast host and homesteader, Ben Pangie. Ben grows some veggies, murders some birds, and is hoping to milk some goats. Check it out as we dig into how Ben got to the Good View Quarter and why he keeps on keeping on.

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For the Kids! with Michael Perazzetti show art For the Kids! with Michael Perazzetti

Homesteads and Homeschools

We're joined today by Michael Perazzetti, another teacher who came on to discuss some of the failings he sees in the public school system. We postulate as to what might cause some of those issues and talk about what parents can do to rectify the situation if public school is the only choice for them.

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The Early Sauce for Your Christmas Goose show art The Early Sauce for Your Christmas Goose

Homesteads and Homeschools

Joining the show today is Nicole Sauce of Living Free in Tennesee, as well as a co-host of Unloose the Goose. We discussed Nicole's journey to homesteading, and how she has been able to work with and develop a local community that works together voluntarily to lend a hand when the time comes.

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Fertilizing with Fishnure show art Fertilizing with Fishnure

Homesteads and Homeschools

We all grow plants - even if it's just a carefully manicured lawn. Today we talk to Jim White, the creator of Fishnure, and get into fertilizer, why it's important for plants to have feed and what benefits Fishnure has over commercial, purely chemical fertilizer.

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Pallet World: GVQ Update #15 show art Pallet World: GVQ Update #15

Homesteads and Homeschools

All the happenings on the homestead and in the homeschool through most of November.

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Homeschooling on a Burrito (or a Biscuit) with Lucy show art Homeschooling on a Burrito (or a Biscuit) with Lucy

Homesteads and Homeschools

In the past, almost two years, I have neglected to have a single homeschool student on the show. Today, that changes! My guest is Lucy, the fourteen year old host of the Homeschool Biscuit podcast! Lucy spent her first year of kindergarten in a charter school, but quickly moved to a homeschooling system and is currently participating in Classical Conversations. Check it out and get some perspective straight from a homeschooler!

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Mini-Animals with Bryan on Bent Horn Farms show art Mini-Animals with Bryan on Bent Horn Farms

Homesteads and Homeschools

Mini-livestock. It sounds crazy, but it's real, and it's not just sheep! This week Bryan of Bent Horn Farms was my guest, and he came on to talk about mini-animals. He has tiny sheep, tiny goats, tiny pigs, and so much more. If have a smaller lot and never thought you could have livestock, mini-animals might be an option to get you going!

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More Episodes

So much poultry last month. So much death this month. Find out why on today's recap. And find out what's coming up in the future!    

Onions hanging.

One of the remaining chicks.

Almost done poultry tractor.

Sickly winter squash.

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Link to show notes for the April Good View Quarter Update.