It’s Christmas time once again! Thank you for another great year at Homestead on the Range! We are looking forward to bringing you even more helpful country living information in 2018. Meanwhile, if you are looking for some helpful resources to start the new year right or just for a little interesting reading, allow us to make a few recommendations. Best of 2017 From … Continue reading Merry Christmas 2017
Did you know that Homestead on the Range offers three different ways to keep up with the latest country living information? On the Range. Your weekly country living update! With a free subscription to On the Range newsletter, not only will you receive notice of the latest posts, you will also learn about additions to the bookshelf, new photos in the gallery, and important post … Continue reading 3 Ways to Stay Posted
On the Range, your country living update, has a fresh look! The new simplified design for this free weekly newsletter allows for easier reading, no matter what device or program you use to read emails. Not a subscriber? Sign up today to start receiving information you can use: Timely tips. Headlines that affect you. Fun facts. Food for thought. Reading challenge hints. The latest additions … Continue reading On the Range Gets a New Look
Looking for seasonal reminders and fun things to do this February? We have moved our monthly Get Ready updates to On the Range, our free weekly country living newsletter. Subscribing is easy! Just follow this link and enter your email address. You can start receiving your weekly newsletter as early as tomorrow! Other features you can look forward to include: Links to our latest posts. … Continue reading Getting Ready for February 2017?
It’s already that time of year again—time to celebrate the birth of Christ and enjoy the company of our family members! Cold weather and snow mean that it is also time to find a cozy seat and catch up on some research and reading. Please enjoy this year’s lineup of our best content. We’re looking forward to serving you again in 2017. Merry Christmas! … Continue reading Merry Christmas 2016
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We have updated our series on big predators in Kansas! Our mountain lion post now includes: New sightings. Additional information on old sightings. More information on where the mountain lions came from. A link to a handy interactive map of sightings. We have also added a new sighting and some additional details to our black bear post. Continue reading Big Predators Return to Kansas—Updated!
We are about to unveil a new source of information that we think you’ll enjoy—On the Range, our weekly country living newsletter! Every issue will be packed with exclusive subscriber-only resources: Timely tips to keep your farm in sync with the seasons. Notices of new updates and resources at Homestead on the Range. The latest additions to our gallery and bookshelf. Headlines that affect your … Continue reading Introducing Our Free Weekly Newsletter
Christmas is here again, and another year has come and gone already! Thank you for taking the time to browse the information and resources we dug up this year. We’re already looking forward to getting back into things next year with fresh posts, resources, quotes, and more. Looking for a little bit of reading over the holidays? Winter is a great time to research and … Continue reading Merry Christmas 2015
We have updated our vitamin guide to include country pets, those special cats and dogs that share our lives and help us out around the farm. In addition to information on vitamins in livestock nutrition, you will now find details applicable specifically to pets: Natural sources of vitamins tailored to carnivores. Causes of vitamin deficiency unique to cats and dogs. Symptoms that pets are unlikely … Continue reading Our Vitamin Guide—Updated!