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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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Every year about this time, I get lots of questions from folks asking why their laying hens stop laying eggs. Tonight we cover basic winter chicken husbandry. http://northcountryfarmer.com/?p=1362

This is the only show for the week of Thanksgiving. Scott talks about Thanksgiving memories, how to make a maple pie, and the return of milkweed floss as a cash crop.

I have spent over a decade mentoring, and consulting for, new homesteaders. I've seen a lot of people pull it off and live happily ever after and seen a lot of people quit and go back to the city. Tonight I'll share the things that the quitters had in... more

Questions from the inbox. Back to Eden gardening, Growing all your feed for livestock, Books and more

Friday's interview was cut short because of tech problems. This episode we pick up where we left off

Heidi Villegas, from the blog Healing Harvest Homestead, joins us for this Friday edition of the show. Heidi and her husband homestead in the Nevada desert. Heidi's soap making book... https://transactions.sendowl.com/stores/7879/46209

This episode Scott answers email questions on various homesteading topics such as choosing a used manure spreader, inexpensive house trailers (pros and cons), trapping coons around the farm, and more

With a few notable exceptions, the Christian church has embraced industrialism with open arms. In fact, much of the church has adopted the worldview of industrialism and applied it to the faith. Join Scott M Terry, Richard Grossman... more

Whether homesteading or small scale farming, one of the keys to success is being able to do whatever needs to be done. This requires you know how to do lots of "specialized professions", not perfectly, but good enough. In... more

This Friday I talk with 2 guests from online farming and homesteading community. Former guest of the show Mike Brabo's Vesterbrook Farm has suffered severe setbacks because of herbicide drift. Mike is going to fill us in and let you know... more

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