Simple Living Wednesday Link Up!


There are some exciting things going on here at Our Simple Farm!  We are taking a challenge, and not just any ole' challenge.

 Replacing the Grocery Store Challenge is here!  

If you have been out of the loop lately, go here to find out more.

And, your feedback on facebook about starting a group just for the challenge was heard loud and clear!  If you are taking the challenge and want to feel connected with others and myself who are doing the same, go here!  This is a closed group, meaning only us crazy people can join the group, so if you see the word 'closed', it isn't actually closed off to you.  Just go ahead and join and I will approve you!

This is another reason to join Our Simple Farm on facebook.  Not only do I ask what my readers want, but share many things and updates on our farm.  Don't miss out!

Link up time!  I'm loving your posts and thank you for participating!

My simple rules are, to link your post(s) back to Our Simple Farm and please read some of the other wonderful posts that everyone else has linked.  And, of course, keep it family friendly.

You can post as many as you want.  Ideas include anything having to do with homesteading, biblical living, sustainable farming, bartering, income ideas, homemaking, homeschooling, DIY projects, recipes, gardening and anything else you think would fit!  I would love for you to grab my button too!


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8 comments:

  1. Hi, I love reading your post!
    I had a question. How do you keep animals like rabbits, dogs, etc... out of your garden? Also, what do you use to control insects?
    Thank you,
    Alicia

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    1. Hi Alicia! We put a fence around our garden. Nothing fancy, just chicken wire and t-posts. Squash bugs are always a problem here, but I have heard that Safer Insect Spray is organic and kills young bugs. I plant marigolds to keep away bean beetles and Japanese beetles. Crop rotation helps as well. The main way to keep them at bay is to catch them early before they multiply and destroy your crops.

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  2. Thank you for hosting, Susie! I've joined the FB group and can't wait to learn new things during the challenge. :)

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    1. No problem, Jamie! I'm so glad you joined the group!

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  3. Thanks so much for hosting! I've added your button to my post. :)

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  4. Hi! I linked up and i added your button and link to my blog linkup directory page! katie from brightonparkblog.com love your blog. new follower here.

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    1. Welcome, Katie! Thank you for adding me to your directory!

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