Episode #006: Molting Hens & Muscovy Ducks


This week, Erin receives a great suggestion for the website from a listener, and explains how you can combine homesteading with homeschooling, to create Lifeschooling. Hear about putting a garden to bed, decide whether you should let your chickens or ducks roam free, and hear the exciting news about Erin’s newly completed tackroom. My apologies to everybody who was looking for last week’s episode — unfortunately, Erin had a bad cold and lost her voice last week, but we’re glad to be back!

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5 Responses to Episode #006: Molting Hens & Muscovy Ducks

  1. Andre Fusk says:

    I noticed the new theme song this week, and I must say it is much better than the old one. The old theme was very catchy, but it sounded terrible. This was an incredible edition, I found the ducks quite fascinating!

    Keep up the good work, I eagerly anticipate every episode!
    Andre Fusk
    Quebec, Ontario

  2. Anonymous says:

    I found your show on Google and listened to a few of your shows. Continue to keep up the good work. I subscribed to your show via Android. Looking forward to hearing from you in the future!

    • Riza says:

      hi! i am living at finca firituon near san isidro and we are ready for some dairy goats! i was hoping you would have a mama goat for sale trade or gift? if you do not, could you please tell me where i may find one?

  3. Lana says:

    Just started listening to your podcast. Enjoy it a lot. I will be getting some chickens very soon, as soon as we get the coop set up. Have had a garden for years and have grapes, kiwi, apples, etc. Trying to get perennials that don’t take as much work. Glad to have a show that is close to our area. Keep up the good work. You are appreciated.
    Lambertville, MI

    • Erin Lahey says:

      Welcome Lana! So glad to have you! I really have a soft spot for perennials, too. I could call it “lazy” but I think I’d rather think of myself as “efficient”! LOL!

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