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One of the very first projects we did when moved to our homestead was to build raised beds from logs in the woods. Today...we are tearing them all out!
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Hendrik Huevel
Hendrik Huevel 21 ժամ առաջ
The rotten trees will make a great potting mix
Patricia Hamilton Kephart
Patricia Hamilton Kephart 16 օր առաջ
Logs breakdown and release nutrients.If you bury them underneath your beds you won't have to water your garden as much plus they'll get valuable nutrients from the wood.If you want them to last longer to use as forms you can burn them to seal the wood
debora tier
debora tier 19 օր առաջ
I LOVE YOU GUYS!!!!!! I do so many things that you do but not on the same scale. I live in vermont And I grow some vegetables but every year something seems to fail.....I get blithe a lot. I have changed the soil I've trimmed a lot of the shoots off to help and I have a drip system my husband and I made. I've been watching soooo many of your videos. I wish we lived near each other.... I'm hoping this season to include my husband more. He usually runs the tractor to dig up soil on the property to replenish the beds....or to build a fence when I decided to have a huge garden in our lower field....I could go on. Keep up the great job. Homesteading is going to become more prevalent because people are realizing that they need to get back to the basics....relying on ones self is so much more gratifying...it makes you feel proud when you sit down to eat and realize all the work was worth what is on your table.....
Nedim Albayrak
Nedim Albayrak 27 օր առաջ
I didn't like that you burned those realy dried brushes, you could have compost pile and mixed them in including those disintedgrated logs. all of them would contribute the organic matter you are looking for.
Dara Tarolli
Dara Tarolli 29 օր առաջ
You should save those partially rotted logs for huglekultur. They are wonderful!
Valerie Stevens
Valerie Stevens Ամիս առաջ
I wouldn't let the garden just sit until May. I'd look into planting a cool season cover crop to help fight weeds and improve the soil. Before you till it in you spray it with a "digestant" to help it break down in just a couple of weeks and then you can plant the garden.
Trish the homesteader
Trish the homesteader Ամիս առաջ
So, are going to grow mushrooms on those old logs? 🙂
John Freer
John Freer Ամիս առաջ
My locust log raised beds are 20 years old and going strong! I know a lot of folks hate locust trees but I lobe them.They make great fence posts hotte4r than heck firewood and not a lot of brush to clean up..
Tom Deschesne
Tom Deschesne Ամիս առաջ
You needed ceder trees. But you used what you had and they served you well. 😊
The Aussie Family
The Aussie Family Ամիս առաջ
I loved all the turkeys watching the commotion from the pen gate.... They could probably hear all the bugs scurrying about every time you moved a log....
Deborah Pelletier
Deborah Pelletier Ամիս առաջ
Take care and God bless
John Woods
John Woods Ամիս առաջ
Why not try ruth stout with that hay. Hugleculture is already under with those decomposed logs.
Barefoot Wildflowers
Barefoot Wildflowers Ամիս առաջ
I did raised beds one year...so wasn't worth it. WAY too much water usage. I keep one now, for planting early spring crops, and that's it.
Barbara Schmidt
Barbara Schmidt Ամիս առաջ
When your garden area gets hard and compact. I use epson salt and you can't use too much I put it in my feeder and put it in their dry and it just loosens up that ground and makes it soft, and turnable...I put it in my weed and feed container dry. As you water you'll see white phone come up which is the acid that makes your ground so hard.
steve march
steve march Ամիս առաջ
In Wisconsin, (the Plover area) they grow a lot of potatoes and they have a lot of sand in their soil
Charting Diabetes
Charting Diabetes Ամիս առաջ
use the logs from the beds as the matter to loosen the soil
Margo Mason
Margo Mason Ամիս առաջ
I had a truck load of cow manure brought in and let it sit all winter on my garden bed. In the spring I tilled it in, had the best soil and produce that year. Made working the soil easy .
Collin Cormier
Collin Cormier Ամիս առաջ
Get you some rice chaff for your garden like a couple 18 wheeler loads when it rots the soil won’t be as hard and will be much softer soil easier to work that can be your base an then you get your Compost for the fertilization of the seeds
Walt Moore Dan Wilson
Walt Moore Dan Wilson Ամիս առաջ
Very cool video. I loved it. Thanks for sharing. Take care and God Bless.
Michael Mok
Michael Mok Ամիս առաջ
Sue Jackson
Sue Jackson Ամիս առաջ
Hi l heard about you from Jason Crocker, just subscribed.
TommyBitesTV Ամիս առաջ
Y’all did a great job. Love the tractor
Pauline Daubney
Pauline Daubney Ամիս առաջ
Sara works as hard as Kevin, lot's of stamina. Love your vlogs
Polettirosa Homestead
Polettirosa Homestead Ամիս առաջ
Happy New Years Kevin and Sarah from Polettirosa Homestead. Hope 2021 is a great year for your homestead.
TexasContessa Ամիս առաջ
I have tractor envy so I always enjoy the tractor work. Thanks guys.
Teresa Rosa
Teresa Rosa Ամիս առաջ
About how much do those attachments cost?
Navy Bean111
Navy Bean111 Ամիս առաջ
With the extra land and trees you probably have enough downed trees and saplings to make into free mulch. The mulch and leaves worked wonders on our clay soil here in Northeast Oklahoma. Mixing in smooth pea gravel or small smooth river rock won't let the clay soil bind back together. I would till in mulch in early spring and late fall each year because it breaks down easily in the wet clay soil.
Darrin Jackley
Darrin Jackley Ամիս առաջ
Sarah, My wife wants to know what kind of hat you have on? Is it Rabbit? Looks super warm!
Darrin Jackley
Darrin Jackley Ամիս առաջ
@Living Traditions Homestead Awesome! Thanks, we raise Rex for meat and have several hides arounds and more that we processed yesterday in the Alum/salt solution tanning currently. She will be looking into making one.
Living Traditions Homestead
Living Traditions Homestead Ամիս առաջ
Yes, Kevin bought it for me for Christmas. It's Rex rabbit fur and super warm!
Pammy Ամիս առաջ
What ever happened to Henry? Did you have to put him down?
G M Ամիս առաջ
Love your videos. There is another way indeed!
terug naar Eden zelfvoorzienend leven
terug naar Eden zelfvoorzienend leven Ամիս առաջ
Hey why does Kevin do all the fun work with the tractor, country girls can also drive tractor. I work with permaculture back to Eden methods, to get a good soil to cultivate, here is partly clay and partly sand. There is a nice movie about it on You tube, Back to Eden by Paul Gautchi. Gods Bless and greetings from the Netherlands.
Reggie P
Reggie P Ամիս առաջ
Thank you for taking the time to share your videos and your days with us. It is always a pleasure and an encouragement.
Stephen Shorb
Stephen Shorb Ամիս առաջ
I really enjoy listening, watching and learning so much from each of you. God bless all your endeavors as I continue to watch and learn while you continue to live. Stephen
SSanf Ամիս առաջ
Well, watching channels such as yours reminds me of why humans joined together and developed civilization and industry. Most of us can get by working only 40 ours a week and generally spend that time in clean climate controlled environments instead of spending long hours shoveling shit and scratching the earth for a living regardless of the vagaries of the weather. I understand and do appreciate that you enjoy the challenges that come with your life choices and I appreciate you for sharing them with us. But, boy am I glad it is you and not me doing it.
Spark of Hope
Spark of Hope Ամիս առաջ
I’ve never heard anyone touch on the subject of termites. I have raised garden beds in my backyard. They are galvanized steel - no termite problem there but the long-term compose where I store wood probably have termites. I don’t want them to affect my house. How can I prevent this? Is there a non-chemical solution?
jane capellaro
jane capellaro Ամիս առաջ
Wait wait, don't burn those weeds compost them!
jane capellaro
jane capellaro Ամիս առաջ
You could use the logs for compost, it called Hugleculture.
Michele Olson
Michele Olson Ամիս առաջ
New coats & hats for Christmas?! Looking sharp! Great video. The right tractor accessory is worth its weight in gold for how much labor they save! So glad you are amending your garden soil. You'll be amazed at how much better it gets every year you do that. Happy New Year! 🎉
Mom Puff
Mom Puff Ամիս առաջ
You guys are amazing!! 😘❤️🥰
David Burnett
David Burnett 2 ամիս առաջ
Get a permaculture book and check out compositing. You had all the elements in those planters to make a great compost pit. Spread the compost over the area you worked on and your ready to plant.
Everall 2 ամիս առաջ
Remember that the logs are the best for feeding ground guys
Thelma Hall
Thelma Hall 2 ամիս առաջ
The more organic matter you add the less compaction
animist channel
animist channel 2 ամիս առաջ
It's so great to see you developing your long-term sustainable techniques! You really seem to be getting into a groove of what works for you in your area, and can nail down the leftover variables for consistent productivity. I don't know if you were planning to use those 2nd-year bales for feed, but my concern with them (especially with them being out in the weather all this time) would be the danger of Ergot or Aspergillus contamination. By now they could be laden with networks of near-invisible fungal mycelia with toxic effects. You may want to check with your vet or a university biology department about the risks before letting the animals chomp on them. It may just be safer to add them to your soil amendments, tilling the hay in to break up and loosen that tough clay problem you have, plus add a lot of organics and long-term carbon to your soil. Best of fortune to you there! I always enjoy seeing your first-hand experiences and cumulative wisdom and clever resourcefulness in action.
James Steffens
James Steffens 2 ամիս առաջ
I enjoy your show, I’m 79 was married 52 years, wife passed away in 2013. I go to Indiana from Las Vegas to help my daughter on her 14 acre farm. This year we will start a vegetable garden. 2 questions for now how far apart do you plant your tomatoes and beans. Thanks jim
john doe
john doe 2 ամիս առաջ
I did that too out of sweet gum logs. had some nice turkey tail mushrooms though.
Ashleigh Vitt
Ashleigh Vitt 2 ամիս առաջ
What kind of tractor r u using? I love how easy it was to take the hayer off to the bucket. Also did this tiller come with the tractor
The gardener
The gardener 2 ամիս առաջ
*Kevin & Sara, check into daikon radishes. They are supposed to loosen the ground some.*
Qwerty Qaz
Qwerty Qaz 2 ամիս առաջ
Before you use that hey you better make sure it doesn't have Grazon in it.
Ronnie Pate
Ronnie Pate 2 ամիս առաջ
It's a great time to start preparing our gardens and cleaning up around our homesteads .You guys are a pleasure to watch , working together . Hope you have a Happy New Year .
Frances Blake
Frances Blake 2 ամիս առաջ
I was looking at your Amazon list for canning. Which of the 2 books listed would you pick over the other? Also, does either book have recipes for pasta sauce and salsa to can. We used Mrs. Wages packages last year but I want to make from scratch this next year.
PM Beaham
PM Beaham 2 ամիս առաջ
Fruit trees?
Rhonda Ridlen
Rhonda Ridlen 2 ամիս առաջ
How far did you have to move the bales?
Nicole Hervieux
Nicole Hervieux 2 ամիս առաջ
Happy New Year 2021 to all! May you have happiness, peace and health all through this new year which is given to us according to the will of God. My biggest hope this year is that many more people will ask the Holy Spirit (the 3rd person of the trinity, God Spirit, the part of God who we all need, to reign in the Father and in the Son), to come and to invite Him in theirs heart so that He, the Holy Spirit, make them be more daring in pursuing the Word of God and to be more boastful in reaching those who are lost. To turn away from the things of the world and from everything that is now happening in the world, to ask the Holy Spirit to give us a peace that only God (Father, Son and Spirit) can give and provide for us. Not to abide in fear, or to be deceived by all that is sown on the population of this world, by dark spiritual forces, by many other means, by the media, and by many people who are not of God and don’t reside in Him. And finally, to shine as the light of Christ as His witness in the world, until we are united with Him in our permanent home, for this place is not our home. We all live in the world but we are not part of the world, we have been chosen and separated from the world by our Father that dwells in us. Let’s all live by example this year. For when we live in the Spirit of God, there is no fear or worry, and peace reigns in us. We must put our faith in Jesus Christ alone, and what He did on the cross for us, to glorify Him every day in all of our words, thoughts and actions, throughout the year, so that all who see us, can see Christ in us. I love you, you are all in my prayers everyday. Happy new year 2021
woodworkingfan1965 2 ամիս առաջ
Is there a Henry update?
Nell Covington
Nell Covington 2 ամիս առաջ
Somebody got new hats and gloves for Christmas!😊 Sarah, you look so cute in your fuzzy hat. Happy New Year!
joseph tucci
joseph tucci 2 ամիս առաջ
Are you going to soil test your ground and is Sara going to used a soil blocker'this year? I would used peamoss to bring down PH to 6.5
Erica H. Ljung
Erica H. Ljung 2 ամիս առաջ
Can you take some of your cow manure and use in your garden beds? Free nutrition right there if you use the right amount.
Dennis Carr
Dennis Carr 2 ամիս առաջ
Happy New Year! Looking forward to sharing your adventures! Hoping 2021 will be a better year for our great country!
Ed Smith
Ed Smith 2 ամիս առաջ
We tried low 'raised' beds at one time, and rejected them after that for in ground planting. But a few years ago, I built a 20x36 hoop house with waist high raised beds out of cinder block. BEST move ever for raising food. Now we raise fresh food 3 seasons with ease...something to consider as you age. We don't try to raise in winter, not so much because of heating, but sunlight isn't enough.
Living 6A
Living 6A 2 ամիս առաջ
Deborah From DC's Peterson City Homestead
Deborah From DC's Peterson City Homestead 2 ամիս առաջ
I Want To Wish You Two A Very Happy, Healthy And Blessed New Year In 2021. 🙏💖
C A 2 ամիս առաջ
You have alot of cow poop now to add to soil
daniel cunningham
daniel cunningham 2 ամիս առաջ
having been raised on a homestead and being about 15-20 years older a suggestion- do your plowing afor the next rain.
Bryan Kilbourne
Bryan Kilbourne 2 ամիս առաջ
Just wanted to say Happy New Year Plus I love all your video’s. You will have a great year in 2021. From Bryan K. Wasilla, Alaska
Byron F. Bingham
Byron F. Bingham 2 ամիս առաջ
Most potatoes like some sand in the ground. It helps them grow .
Deb Wiest
Deb Wiest 2 ամիս առաջ
I don’t know why you didn’t just till in the weeds for organic matter. You use ground cover anyway.
Halina Wiecek
Halina Wiecek 2 ամիս առաջ
Happy New Year!!
LuAnn Cunningham
LuAnn Cunningham 2 ամիս առաջ
I am always excited to see what you will be doing next on your homestead. I want to wish you a Happy New Year and may God bless you both!
Raynona Bohrer
Raynona Bohrer 2 ամիս առաջ
Happy New Year. God bless you all.
Debbie Bragg
Debbie Bragg 2 ամիս առաջ
🙏🏻❤️🙏🏻Happy New Year
coopie624 2 ամիս առաջ
Enjoyed watching you guys work! lol It’s New Years Eve today and I’m relaxing! Have a great new year. I’m looking forward to your videos!
Robert Homiak
Robert Homiak 2 ամիս առաջ
Love you guys. HAPPY NEW YEAR, Best to you and yours ..Patty
David G
David G 2 ամիս առաջ
This isn't a "Homestead" its a "Yuppy Farm"!
David G
David G 2 ամիս առաջ
Decaying logs or parts of any tree are a great soil builder full of beneficial fungi and microbes. I would bury them,, not just toss them out. For a "live off the land" kind of lifestyle you sure have a lot of very expensive toys to play with. You probably have around $50K or more invested just in that tractor and trailer. "Back to nature?" I don't think so!!
Colleen Luciow
Colleen Luciow Ամիս առաջ
I realise that. But what I'm saying is that moving a round bale is very difficult without a tractor and loader.
David G
David G Ամիս առաջ
@Colleen Luciow The REAL homesteaders used pitch forks and stacked their hay.
Colleen Luciow
Colleen Luciow Ամիս առաջ
Hard to manage round bales without a tractor
Craig Kerwood
Craig Kerwood 2 ամիս առաջ
Can't wait to see the garden that goes into that area. You're going to be able to increase your production significantly!
Milson Fialho
Milson Fialho 2 ամիս առաջ
Susan Brungard
Susan Brungard 2 ամիս առաջ
Have a Happy New Year! Lv an Prayers.
Tom bauder
Tom bauder 2 ամիս առաջ
Hi Guys, I own an LS XR4155 and I like it. your's is an XR4046, probably 46hp.. I didn't have that option here in Pa. So how do you like it so far?
J. Sears
J. Sears 2 ամիս առաջ
Remember that old logs are the perfect environment for planting mushrooms! Just stack them up someplace that has medium shade, drill holes in them and insert some mushroom spores. Then hide,watch &see.🍄
jimmme5880 2 ամիս առաջ
When I saw those flat bottoms on the bales I thought you'd never be able to roll them off the trailer. Oh me of little faith!
Tara Wright
Tara Wright 2 ամիս առաջ
Don't discount the power of sand and silt to loosen hard soil. It all depends on the composition of your soil as far as what you need to add. It may be a good idea to send a sample into a soil testing lab to get a professional opinion. Assuming that's within your budget of course.
Tara Wright
Tara Wright 2 ամիս առաջ
I would be a little concerned that all the half decayed wood from those logs will tie up an awful lot of nitrogen in your garden soil for the next few years. There wasn't very much left of the logs when you pulled them out.
Sharon Criswell
Sharon Criswell 2 ամիս առաջ
We plant something on the garden every yr. to raise the organic matter the next spring. usually wheat or annual grass of some kind. mow it down in the spring and till it in.
Sharon Criswell
Sharon Criswell 2 ամիս առաջ
You 2 remind me so much of my husband and I when we were in our 40's and started our present homestead. We did the same thing with raised beds. Just used whatever we had and patched them as we went along. We have a high water table here where we live so if I want some early things I have to have them. Being in the heat and air business has produced a number of broken down freezers. He dismantles them and I make little solar heated beds out of them with some old storm windows. without the raised bed I have remaining I wouldn't be able to plant early potatoes or have an herb garden. I did take your advise on the woven fabric. MY husband thought I was nuts, but has become a firm believer since he didn't have to start the tiller the first time last summer. We also keep a dairy cow and have been super lucky with our calves. so sorry to see what happen to your calf. We have raised sheep for yrs and have had some heart breaking incidents with them. I eventually stopped naming them when our herd got up to 40 ewes. lol God bless you both in you pursuit of independence.
Ann Mittelstadt
Ann Mittelstadt 2 ամիս առաջ
Get out the Marshmallows!!! Great job, I can't wait to see the new expanded garden.
David Bush
David Bush 2 ամիս առաջ
We can't thank you guys enough for making detailed videos about the woven ground cover as we get older it makes gardening fun again.
Punky 2 ամիս առաջ
Hi, didn’t you guys say you were going to publish videos daily since you got good internet?
David Witherell
David Witherell 2 ամիս առաջ
I would have just burnt it all first, the Ashes are good for the ground. And then, till
Lou Hoggard
Lou Hoggard 2 ամիս առաջ
Thank you for making my 2020. Brighter. I feel like I know you. I am a farmer's daughter from the center of Arkansas, right by the Arkansas River. You bring good memories to mind of days with my Mom, Dad and the farms. Thank you and have a blessed, happy and healthy 2021.
Green Mama
Green Mama 2 ամիս առաջ
LOL I was just thinking this would be a good place to plant your potatoes.
Dorothy Devinney
Dorothy Devinney 2 ամիս առաջ
You could've used those 8 round bales to till in as more soil amendment's. You have enough hay bales all ready in your barn. Just a suggestion.
Dee Cooper
Dee Cooper 2 ամիս առաջ
Love your teamwork 💖. I never had it so it warms my heart 💜 QUESTION... what is the white fencing called behind you? Around the big garden. I’ve watched you move it in different areas & it looks so easy. Happy New Year to you & the fam🎊💖
Jennifer Mlecsko
Jennifer Mlecsko 2 ամիս առաջ
Who in their right mind gives these videos a thumbs down? I think this couple and family, are fantastic and sharing people.
R Griffith
R Griffith 2 ամիս առաջ
10:12 Might have mowed that with the rotary cutter and then disc'd all that in. That's all that good organic matter that you need and talk about later. Could have added some of that old hay too.
JoAnn Mahaffey
JoAnn Mahaffey 2 ամիս առաջ
Kevin You DO THE TRACTOR THING SO WELL. If you think your days are short there, North west Washington state is darker. Rain predicted for the next 10 days. You two are a spot of light in the dark of winter with serious "lock down" in place. Please...I do not want to see either of you wearing a mask !!!! Love ya.
Ronald Schmidt
Ronald Schmidt 2 ամիս առաջ
found your channel and subscribed hit the bell. I never miss Lumnah Acres and you are well ahead as far as gardening goes. Question Do you have menu planned for every day of the week based on what is ready from the garden or just give into BLTs !
Love your "touque" Sarah. It looks nice and warm. Those old rotten logs would be a great start for a big hugelkultur raised bed. Alternatively, if you had a way of grinding them up you could spread them over your in- ground bed and then work them in as rich organic matter. Don't waste them!
David Hickenbottom
David Hickenbottom 2 ամիս առաջ
I would roll that old hay out on your pastures and let the cows work it over. Put it on the best part of your pasture you'll get more bang for your buck. Happy New Year.
Old South Homestead
Old South Homestead 2 ամիս առաջ
Adding to the soil is great but when starting with new ground a turning plow is definitely the way to go, it loosens the soil down deeper and rolls all of the years of weed and grass seeds 12-18 inches under the ground not only stopping the weeds from growing but turns the grass and weeds from the surface into an under the garden compost for the plants to tap down into
Karen Horn
Karen Horn 2 ամիս առաջ
Also if you add gypsum to the soil it breaks it up and makes the soil friable. It works fantastic!
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