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Scott M Terry

Scott Terry's "North Country Farmer" Show


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The voice of the Covenantal Agrarian Resistance. Join host Scott M Terry as he and his guests talk about farming, homesteading, survival, preparedness, agrarianism, organic agriculture, gardening, reformed theology and more.

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Scott recaps his latest adventures. We also look at possible trees, shrubs, and bushes that can be useful to plant on the northern homesteads. http://northcountryfarmer.com/show

Tips and tricks to keep your homestead dairy cow from getting mastitis. Links... How to Prevent and Naturally Treat Mastitis in the Family Milk Cow Family Cow Consulting Services http://northcountryfarmer.com/?page_id=1960

Apple reproduction, storage of grain, bird's foot trefoil as a forage, best caliber to kill a pig, and more

Scott returns after a run in with a nasty virus. He answers listener questions on off-grid meat preservation, the Savage model 24 combination gun, barbed wire fencing and more.

In this episode Scott talks with Tamera Tergerson, a small scale Texas homesteader, wife and mother. We'll talk about how the family got into the homesteading lifestyle, mistakes they've made along the way, importance of... more

Scott addresses the recuring question about "non-gmo garden seeds", answers a question about sap boiling pans and talks about his vision for the "new land" and what kinds of things he'll be looking for this spring as the family does some... more

Our friend Derek joins us to talk about his latest homestead experiments including the Big Sur broilers.

Tonight Scott answers listener questions on family milk cows, hogs, gas vs diesel tractors, and dealing with friends and family who think you're nuts.

This episode Scott answers a question about pastured poultry as a potential income stream. We look at the good, the bad and the ugly

Lori Aschbrenner joins me to talk about her family's journey into homesteading and small scale farming.

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