When you’re homesteading, no matter the size, being aware of how to save money is one of the key principles for success. Living frugally seems to come naturally to some people, but take heart – you can learn! See these new favorite resources for being a frugal homesteader, and raising your own meat rabbits – an excellent budget-friendly source of food.
If you are a Podcast Listener, you know that frugal living is a big part of our message. You also know one of these authors fairly well, because John Moody has been a guest multiple times. I just knew you folks would like a chance to participate in this!
To help you begin a successful and frugal homestead we are excited to have partnered with New Society Publishing and Homestead Bloggers Network to bring you this giveaway to help you start 2019 off right!
Giveaway Total Value $124.98!
One (1) Copy of The Frugal Homesteader by John Moody (Retail value $24.99)
One (1) Copy of Raising Rabbits for Meat by Eric & Callene Rapp (Retail value $24.99)
One (1) Course from Steader.com (Retail value $25)
One (1) $50 Gift Card from Atwoods (Retail value $50)
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The Giveaway will end December 24, 2018 and the winners will be contacted by December 28th. Open to US residents, 18 years and older. What better way to start the New Year!!
About The Authors…
Eric and Callene Rapp have owned and operated the award-winning Rare Hare Barn since 2005, the largest heritage-breed meat-rabbit enterprise in the United States, supplying heritage breed fryers to local restaurants. They have over 50 years of combined experience handling nearly every species of domestic livestock, and are active members of The Livestock Conservancy. Callene is also a regular contributor to Grit Magazine. They live and farm in Leon, Kansas.
John Moody is a homesteader and farmer, and is founder of Whole Life Services and CEO of Steader, an online video-based learning platform that brings the best practitioners to guide and inspire those who find the joy in raising and growing their own food. John speaks and presents at homesteading conferences and events and is a contributor to numerous magazines, journals, and websites. John, his wife, and their five children live, farm, and homestead on 35 acres in Kentucky.