And NOW we're READY for PIGLETS!

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Living Traditions Homestead

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It's project time! Before we know it, it will be time for our piglets to be born. We need a place for the sows to farrow, so we build new farrowing pens for our Idaho Pasture Pigs!
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Curious Carol
Curious Carol 19 ժամ առաջ
Hubby would like to know which Rhino do you have?
mgtow mechanic
mgtow mechanic Ամիս առաջ
Why did you get rid of the goats??
Ricky Roten
Ricky Roten Ամիս առաջ
Still takes two people
Ricky Roten
Ricky Roten Ամիս առաջ
I put mine in with a tractor
Ricky Roten
Ricky Roten Ամիս առաջ
I would be pulling them up with the tractor
Ricky Roten
Ricky Roten Ամիս առաջ
Is that not for pigs too ,,, it’s what we call pig wire
The Janzen Family
The Janzen Family Ամիս առաջ
Awesome project.
Nuke Bomb
Nuke Bomb 2 ամիս առաջ
Waoo I pump into your channel and I just felt in love with all your videos growing up as child in my grandparents farm I had so many great memories that I decided to go back farming a just resely lease out a property to began again what my grandparents teach and something that I'm very passionate about thank you for again putting up this insperiation in me again God bless A huge hug and blessing att ... Paul Ortiz
joe doakes
joe doakes 2 ամիս առաջ
WHY would YOU PULL UP the Tposts when you can attach the hog panels to the Tposts already in the ground ? You're working backwards !
Pete Fellwock
Pete Fellwock 2 ամիս առաջ
Do you have the T-post puller in your Amazon list? I was hoping to find a good one that works.
Three Little Goats Homestead
Three Little Goats Homestead 2 ամիս առաջ
We had to fence in 13 acres and our gas powered post pounder was a life saver! Best tool we have ever
Bettye Carnahan
Bettye Carnahan 2 ամիս առաջ
Y'all work together so well.
Jamie's Little Farmstead
Jamie's Little Farmstead 2 ամիս առաջ
Panels look so much cleaner than rolled fencing. It's looking great.
Love's Acres
Love's Acres 2 ամիս առաջ
I know this has probably been asked and answered before but what brand is your post driver?
Love's Acres
Love's Acres 2 ամիս առաջ
@Living Traditions Homestead thank you
Living Traditions Homestead
Living Traditions Homestead 2 ամիս առաջ
We have the Rhino Fence Pro.
Bucktooth Bucky
Bucktooth Bucky 2 ամիս առաջ
To work really well together I can tell there’s a lot of love between you two!😊❤️ My husband and I worked great together on our home projects and rental homes. You two Bring back great years past memories of my husband and childern ❤️🙏 God bless you and your family! Love your videos thank you for sharing I hope they never end 😊
Mary Hunton
Mary Hunton 2 ամիս առաջ
Kevin and Sarah you both are amazing people and do great team work. I absolutely love watching all that you both do and I have learned a lot.God Bless you all and stay safe and Healthy.
lisa reaume
lisa reaume 2 ամիս առաջ
LOOKS AMAZING!!!!!!!!!!!
Chris Koplin
Chris Koplin 2 ամիս առաջ
I lived in Rolla mossur
Chris Koplin
Chris Koplin 2 ամիս առաջ
Is the west we call it tepe, plumber tape.
Chris Koplin
Chris Koplin 2 ամիս առաջ
I don’t know how many miles of fencing I have moved. A t post jack id awesome but a tractor is even better. Lived on a ranch for many years. I am so great full for anyone growing and raising food for the rest of the world. I thank each and every rancher and farmers for all the hard work you do. Thank you 🙏 thank you 🙏 thank you 🙏.
Donna Behel
Donna Behel 3 ամիս առաջ
What will you do with the extra pigs you don’t keep. Sale them?
Vangie Fich
Vangie Fich 3 ամիս առաջ
I really enjoy your channel!
RCG Kreations
RCG Kreations 3 ամիս առաջ
Sarah you are so cute, love both of your workmanship
The gardener
The gardener 3 ամիս առաջ
Great job you two. Love seeing you work together. I love that post driver! Wish I had one but I'm afraid lifting it like that wouldn't be doable. lol Need a post puller too. When I worked at a beef farm I used one of the lift arms on the back of the tractor and a chain to pull posts. You guys have a Happy Thanksgiving. Stay safe.
Troy eager
Troy eager 3 ամիս առաջ
I use to go boar hunting. Now I'm considering raising my own. I cant wait to learn from you both.
Ana Larson
Ana Larson 3 ամիս առաջ
Thank you Sarah, love the swinging feet, made me laugh today, it was a tough day but you all are always so great. Happy Turkey day and lots of blessings! Nice to see you have better weather than we too, just freezing our butts off in the NY Catskill Mountains. brrrrrrrrr
Pauline Jordan
Pauline Jordan 3 ամիս առաջ
Where did the goats go?
The Tinker
The Tinker 3 ամիս առաջ
Nobody reads LEV chapt 11 in the Bible
Sandy King Allen
Sandy King Allen 3 ամիս առաջ
I am in such awe of all you do together and for your family. I know every penny and every ounce is worth it although I often wonder about the literal ROI...
Vern Ford
Vern Ford 3 ամիս առաջ
You folks work so well together, I find these videos both relaxing and informative. P.S. cute dimples.
Barbara Hockman
Barbara Hockman 3 ամիս առաջ
I loved that post hole inserted thing. I’ve looked everywhere but can’t find it. Where did you get it and what is it called. Love every episode, both of you are so great! Thank you.
The French Gardener
The French Gardener 3 ամիս առաջ
You both make a great team. I am looking forward to your video when the piglets are born. I hope you get a huge litter!
North-n-South Homestead
North-n-South Homestead 3 ամիս առաջ
Fabulous! It seems to take me forever to get the smallest of tasks done. But, Mark does work 60+ hours a week at his job, and I homeschool our young son, along with all the daily household stuff, farm stuff, and AM-posts stuff. I guess I shouldn’t be so hard on myself for not getting projects done in a fast manner, but I can’t help it 😂. I think I need about 2 more of me, 😂😂😂 , or hubby to get to become a full time homesteader...which is actually our goal...I enjoy watching you all get things done though. ❤️
Revelator Phoenix
Revelator Phoenix 3 ամիս առաջ
I think it’s awesome you two do what you do. My family and I are leaning In the same direction. Climate change is driving up food costs. I thought of selling my house In Peoria and moving off grid where things grow.
2007kb 3 ամիս առաջ
Hey just my opinion. I really like your channel . But I think you guys could talk a little less without sounding rude if possible? I really liked the vids where your just doing your work or whatever needs to be done. Hopefully I can suggest that with out hurting anyone’s feelings. You have a beautiful farm
Alexandre Buteau
Alexandre Buteau 3 ամիս առաջ
First of all I would say good job on your videos! I just discovered your channel today and I am digging into your various videos, I am not disappointed. I have a question however regarding your fencing: I always heard that pig enclosures should be at least a feet or two deep as pigs enjoy digging their noses under and managed to escape. Have you had any bad experience yet?
Mario Menard
Mario Menard 3 ամիս առաջ
Love the shirt. 😃
Ronnie Bowen
Ronnie Bowen 3 ամիս առաջ
Brother you should check out Joel Salatin
MAI M. Jones
MAI M. Jones 3 ամիս առաջ
Where so you get your wireless hat mic's 🎤
Dee Cooper
Dee Cooper 3 ամիս առաջ
5 yrs😳. That’s amazing!!! Sarah, I laughed so hard watching you try to work that post removal thingy😂. This old woman almost wet her pants🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣 You two are wonderful 😍
Jayne Skidmore
Jayne Skidmore 3 ամիս առաջ
As mentioned by others, the safety boards or bumpers really are a must. Please don't overlook these as unnecessary. Creep feeders will also safe a lot of headaches and worry. A way to separate the mothers if the piglets are not born at the same time might also be a must for the first few weeks. Some new mothers have been known to be so protective they try to attack everything that comes close, even the farmer that feeds them or a sibling. Very protective yet so large they unknowingly lay on their own babies and kill them.
Lee Martin
Lee Martin 3 ամիս առաջ
Great weather for these projects! Great progress you two. Need a wood fired hot tub to soak the work muscles afterward!
Rocky Creek Homestead
Rocky Creek Homestead 3 ամիս առաջ
We plan to breed our Kune Kune pigs for the first time ever this year. I appreciate you all sharing this process so I may be better prepared when our time comes. You all are great. Y’all take care and god bless.
LaVern Foy
LaVern Foy 3 ամիս առաջ
You guy's are so amazing! Totally love ya'll
robin lebo
robin lebo 3 ամիս առաջ
Your “Plumbing hanger” is called plumber’s tape. Just so you know. You’re awesome.
dnmichelle 3 ամիս առաջ
You guys have the coolest tools! Rhino post driver you say? I need to get me one of those!
Fred Toombs
Fred Toombs 3 ամիս առաջ
Love watching your Homestead shows and the canning
Carmen Torres
Carmen Torres 3 ամիս առաջ
You both did a great job!
david lee
david lee 3 ամիս առաջ
What is the best-recommend size for a homestead? how many acres? and What I should look for?
The French Gardener
The French Gardener 3 ամիս առաջ
I really like that tool for lifting T posts; didn't know it existed. Need to get one. Always moving fences.
Burn Dog Australia
Burn Dog Australia 3 ամիս առաջ
aliyamoon80 3 ամիս առաջ
I have learned so much from your channel! I'm on an acre and a quarter in SE FL. I REALLY need to get on the stick, and at least garden! A friend of mine has a greenhouse, which you'd think was unnessary in FL, but she can grow strawberries without mockingbirds and grackles stealing all the berries! Blew my mind! :D
M. Harris
M. Harris 3 ամիս առաջ
Hi Sarah and Kevin...We want to thank you for your wonderful channel. We feel like it’s a blessing to be able to watch your videos. We look forward each week to watching them and learning from you. We especially want to thank you for your closing statement of “God Bless You”. Thank you for sharing your lives with us. Mary Ellen and Doug
Connie Jordan
Connie Jordan 3 ամիս առաջ
Wish that post driver was available years ago. My Dad had a old piece of long pipe to put post in the ground. Love watching your all videos.
Debbie Bragg
Debbie Bragg 3 ամիս առաջ
Joe Dirt
Joe Dirt 3 ամիս առաջ
Are those wireless microphones on your hats? Do you have a link?
Tina Karp
Tina Karp 3 ամիս առաջ
When you got a good gate, you keep it!!! Way to go Kevin. ;)
kid sister kirby
kid sister kirby 3 ամիս առաջ
i love how y'all just adapt and evolve and grow as your family of farmlife grows! oop! time to make pens for piglets :) such an inspiration to one of my lifelong dreams :)
John Humphrey
John Humphrey 3 ամիս առաջ
So happy for you all.
Colleen Toepfer
Colleen Toepfer 3 ամիս առաջ
The pig pen looks great! You did a great job taking all the older fencing off and redoing the pig stalls. That will be a good place for the pigs and their piglets to roam. I love your homestead! Thanks for sharing everything with us. Take care and God bless! 💜
Rob Hakeman
Rob Hakeman 3 ամիս առաջ
I wish I had your post driver back in the days, we used a skidloader to pull them out of the ground but by hand pounding them in the ground.
Rob Hakeman
Rob Hakeman 3 ամիս առաջ
Kevin I have a couple tips for you as I lived and worked on the farm for 35 years until my body couldn't take anymore and having a knee to be replaced. But I would leave the sows or gilts in there pen and let them out 2x a day to poop and pee and drink water say from a water tank. Then in each pen make a hover in the back of the pen, I turned 2 bales of straw on edge and put a piece of plywood 2ft x 4 or 6ft on top of the bales and have them up against the shed and take a hog panel and flip upside down so then the sow can't get at the pigs and another thing lock the baby pigs behind the hover so when they're not nursing they go back underneath the hover to stay warm. And when you let the sows out to do there thing and get water and we used to let them out for a hour 2x/ day for about a hour each time. Believe me this works as I always weaned 10 averages even in the winter and I used to kick sows outside a couple hours after they farrowed but you have to lock the pigs in the creep and they will go under the hover to stay warm, but make sure the hog panel is flipped so the pigs can come out and nurse. We had 38 farrowing crates and farrowed over 70 sows a month and I had to cut tails and teeth and I made a slit with a wire snippers and castrated the boys and gave all of them a iron shot " the baby pigs " and another thing to do in the creep is put a heavy pan behind the creep hog panel and put creep feed pellets in the pan, I started out at about 3 days old just a handful, I had some Berry flavor stuff that I sprinkled on the pellets to get them to start eating creep feed faster . And when they get bigger and eating good put a feeder behind the hog panel. Your pens you could farrow singley and depending how fast the sows come in, then you could start doubling up to 2 per pen or maybe 3 depending how big the sows are. I don't remember how many sows you have ? Then when you go to wean the pigs run them all into the 1st pen and get the sows out of the pen and then you have yourself a Roundup which you take some hog panels and make a path to the gate and make yourself a little chute to where you can chase the pigs into your trailer, but make sure you castrate the babies the sooner the better cuz there easier to handle and I used a wire cutter to cut there tails and teeth. Cut the tails at about 2 inches just past the hard muscle in the tail, by cutting there tails it keeps them from having tail biters which can get ugly if this happens cuz then they want to bite tails for the blood and that can cost you money just ask your veterinarian. You can ask your veterinarian about a vaccination program for your sows and pigs especially if you are going to save your gilts to breed.
KJ R 3 ամիս առաջ
So funny watching Sarah at 4:50 and then Kevin comes over and gets that t-post to come right out of the ground:P I would be You,
David E Pool
David E Pool 3 ամիս առաջ
You could have just put hog panels on the inside of the fencing. But having a plan to reuse the wire fencing saves you money on buying new fencing.
Laureen Cortese
Laureen Cortese 3 ամիս առաջ
Wow you two know how to work smart ! Great video once again very educational 😊👍🏻
World Without Rule of Law
World Without Rule of Law 3 ամիս առաջ
looking good folks
Heather H
Heather H 3 ամիս առաջ
Is your "run" area for the piglets and their moms going to be split in half or do they all get the full area together? Loved this video so much! I love how you guys work in such sync with one another. I can't wait for the babies to be born! I hope you'll record that process if possible. :)
Rebecca Plumlee
Rebecca Plumlee 3 ամիս առաջ
I used cattle panels, back then they were cheaper than hog/chicken panels. I would use chicken wire when I wanted to keep in littler critters
Jim Spohn
Jim Spohn 3 ամիս առաջ
Owls and Hauks
Tina Thevarge
Tina Thevarge 3 ամիս առաջ
I got my husband to cut me some short pieces of that pipe strap so I could help out fixing fences. Ty for mentioning it awhile back while working on your chicken coops.
martha griffee
martha griffee 3 ամիս առաջ
Please don't forget to put a area for the piglets to go, that mama can't go, so she doesn't lay on them. I love your videos.
David McDuffie
David McDuffie 3 ամիս առաջ
Looking good you guy's !!!!!
Jenny Zubanych
Jenny Zubanych 3 ամիս առաջ
You are such a good team I love watching you both love and stay safe from England so glad Kevin mum and dad are with you now x
Dandylion Mrs C
Dandylion Mrs C 3 ամիս առաջ
Wow! We had to do T posts by hand years ago. Awesome to know if we ever live in the country again.
Bree Hendrickson
Bree Hendrickson 3 ամիս առաջ
You should put a board about 8 in wide around the bottom of the stall so piglets can get under but mom can't squish them against the wall
Greg McCoy
Greg McCoy 3 ամիս առաջ
Hi guys......Where do you buy your Jet Star seeds? Thx
Katie Biance
Katie Biance 3 ամիս առաջ
How do you build with no arguments? Lol, my husband and I bicker the whole time. Keeps it interesting!
Belmont Water
Belmont Water 3 ամիս առաջ
Hahaha.... Sarah.... You are to cute trying to pull up the T posts... 💚
Teresa Minnick
Teresa Minnick 3 ամիս առաջ
Good video! As always! Piggies will be so happy!
Yolandi Trollip
Yolandi Trollip 3 ամիս առաջ
The body language of my favourite couple are really worrying me the last few videos. Hope all is well, maybe Sarah's hormones are crazy after the surgery and Kevin needs to allow her to finnish sentances.
Yolandi Trollip
Yolandi Trollip 3 ամիս առաջ
@Living Traditions Homestead glad to hear that. We didn't have internet for a month so when we finally got wi-fi yesterday on the farm I catched up on all your videos (only yours) and all did not seem well. Guess it was just my imagination.
Living Traditions Homestead
Living Traditions Homestead 3 ամիս առաջ
I kept my no hormone issues. 😊 We’re doing great! Just busy working. 😊
Krista Lasko
Krista Lasko 3 ամիս առաջ
I am so thankful I came across your channel. You have helped me so much with starting my own homestead. I have so my questions still but thank you so much.
joy bickerstaff
joy bickerstaff 3 ամիս առաջ
Hello Kevin, Sarah!! It looks really not and fuctionable, I’m looking forward to the sows to be brought n and babies being born! Thank u
Kay Mack
Kay Mack 3 ամիս առաջ
So, what ever happened to their goats?
Donna Zappala
Donna Zappala 3 ամիս առաջ
Who needs a gym membership when you have T bars to take out! I love how ya'll work together so well and even though ya'll are busy working, you still find time to laugh and have fun! Thanks for brightening our days!! God bless ya'll
Joshua Smith
Joshua Smith 3 ամիս առաջ
Sara you could make a scrunchy that holds and hides your mic at the bottom of your braid. Cheers
Living Traditions Homestead
Living Traditions Homestead 3 ամիս առաջ
The mic would pick up every movement as I worked. That’s why we also don’t have them on our shirts while we work.
Great job
E M P 3 ամիս առաջ
Im just wondering if making the gates open to the inside, it helps keep the animals in and the gate blocked by the post would keep the animals from working the gate open if it swung to the out side. Just wondering. I notice a lot of homesteader have the gates open to the outside. Me and wife watch you guys all the time. thanks
Michele Olson
Michele Olson 3 ամիս առաջ
Great teamwork. That T post remover & installer are so awesome! You are so right, work smarter, save your body. What is a few hundred dollars for tools that can be used over & over, saves time and saves you from intestinal hernias or herniated disks in your back? A lot cheaper than surgery!
Deborah Pelletier
Deborah Pelletier 3 ամիս առաջ
I never saw a gas powered post driver before. Wow what a handy, incredible tool.
Deak Zoltan
Deak Zoltan 3 ամիս առաջ
There is a cheap t post puller that you might buy to ease up the jób.
Deak Zoltan
Deak Zoltan 3 ամիս առաջ
Ááá now i see already have it.
Willow Sverge
Willow Sverge 3 ամիս առաջ
Oh my! Every time you guys use that post puller, i so wish they had that back in the day we had our farm! What a blessing! Totally excellent job! Take care!
LeRoy Ahrens
LeRoy Ahrens 3 ամիս առաջ
I love baby pigs! When I was in FFA; I won an award-for production and upkeep and health of the piglets. As every piglet was born, their umbilical cord was tied and dipped in iodine, and I clipped the very end of their needle teeth, this made nursing easier for the sow; and prevented the tusks from being a problem. The piglets look like they jettison around on stilts! They are so cute!!! Looks like y’all are getting ready, and getting a lot done. Are you going to build A frame farrowing houses? So looking forward to seeing the piglets born and grow! How are your parents liking being on the Homestead? Have the other 2 butcher hogs made it to freezer camp yet? Exciting times!!!
Lois Miller
Lois Miller 3 ամիս առաջ
You two make an amazing team! I love watching you work together on projecets.
Bob Kelly
Bob Kelly 3 ամիս առաջ
OH no your not ! your not ready for pigglets yet ! those little monsters will go UNDER your nice fence, chew the plywood till there's a big enough hole to fit through and bend any fencing material you put up ! they are strong .... and they know it ! Momm'as are very protective of their little ones, even the tamest of Sows till attack you if she is irritated. a Sow will crush her babies by laying on them , that is a big danger. the remedy is a simple 2"x6"or 2"x10" shelf that the piglets can escape under make it about 8" off the ground and have it ring the entire ferrowing pin.... (8'x12' box) cover the ground with straw and provide as much food as she will eat but keep her in there from a few days before she is ready to give birth till a few days after birth ...when when she is obviously wanting out.... Pigs don't sweat they have to have water to cool off in a big puddle in their main pin is a MUST in summer as well as lots of shade.... they will remove all growth in a pin... and dig to china ! the trick of moving a Hog to get her bread is simple... make her want to go where you want her to.... ( we used kitchen scraps in a coffee can and she followed up right up into the truck for her reward( can and all! )) Don't force a Hog ! if they start squealing you better back off ! my dad didn't, he was trying to get the sow into the truck, she didn't want to go. so Dad put a 2"x4" 8' long board under her butt and tried to force her up the ramp, after squealing for quite a while she got mad and wheeled around in a flash bit the 2"x4" in half and put her nose against my Dads leg, and squealed..... ( and she was a family pet, I rode on her back several times as a kid.) at that point my Dad got the hint, and backed off.... she could have just as easily have taken my Dads leg off ! Mom came up to all the commotion at the barn with a can of kitchen scraps, including coffee grounds chicken parts and veggie scraps.... showed it to the hog and she followed her right up the ramp and into the back of the truck..... a big lesson learned by all ! .... Use your brain when around Animals that can easily hurt you, cows and horses included ! make them want to do what you want them to do , which usually is a simple treet ! hope this helps.... they all are intelligent creatures, they just have no way to show it....
Alice Frolio
Alice Frolio 3 ամիս առաջ
So cute trying to pull the post out
Dawn Everix
Dawn Everix 3 ամիս առաջ
wow that was a day's work impressive
Jamie Brandon
Jamie Brandon 3 ամիս առաջ
I have great Pyrenese and nothing bothers even my baby chicks and piglets that run around in the pasture. I couldn’t manage without them
Anna Klassen
Anna Klassen 3 ամիս առաջ
You guys might want to consider having a separate pen for mama pig so the little piglets can get away to a safe place away from mama. The reason I'm sharing this is my brother had a pig with 15 piglets and she layed down on them and killed all but 3 of them. So sad. He wished he would have kept a closer watch on them the first days
Diana Fertig
Diana Fertig 3 ամիս առաջ
Kevin can you please explain the idea behind the double t-posts. Thank you
Living Traditions Homestead
Living Traditions Homestead 3 ամիս առաջ
That is where 2 panels meet.
Tony Delgado
Tony Delgado 3 ամիս առաջ
God bless you guys. I never comment but I love you guys lifestyle beautiful family God bless👍🙏🏽👈
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