DIY Hacks for your $30 Chicken Coop in 30 Minutes for easy Movability

Installing a tarp on the $30 Chicken Tractor in 30 Minutes

Now that you Built your $30 Chicken Coop in 30 Minutes we will make a Rear Ski, Rope Handle and Corner Seats for the Feeder & Waterer that will make the Coop easy to move. Congratulations Modern Steader on Building your $30 Chicken Coop in 30 minutes. The question is, did you beat the time? Now that the structure is built we have some DIY hacks for your $30 chicken coop that will make it easy to move and really soup up the coop! You will be dragging it around your yard in no time! Moving the chickens to fresh …

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DIY: $30 Chicken Coop Built in 30 Minutes

Build a Chicken Coop for $30 Dollars In 30 minutes  Assembly Instructions DIY Chicken Coop that you can build for $30 in 30 minutes! It sounds too good to be true right! But wait it gets even better. We are going to Build the coop from materials that you can buy right from your local hardware store. We aren’t building the coop from scraps we have lying around Lumnah Acres. You can build this coop by following these directions for the same price as we did! If you don’t believe me here is the video we made of building the …

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Here it is the Breakfast Pizza Recipe you were asking for!

Here is the Breakfast  Pizza recipe that we were enjoying in the video the other day! We had a lot of Modern Steaders asking for it. We hope you enjoy it as much as we do. If you would like to see how good the Breakfast pizza is have a watch! Print Recipe Breakfast Pizza A Delicious and Filling breakfast for the hard working Modern Steader or a lazy weekend morning. Course Main Dish Cuisine Breakfast Prep Time 15 Minutes Cook Time 12-15 Minutes Servings People Ingredients 1 package Pizza Dough6 oz Shredded Cheese Pizza blend Cheese is nice, or your favorite3-4 …

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Why we are Building a Composting Outhouse

Building a Composting Outhouse on our Modern Homestead. We have been getting a lot of questions lately about our composting outhouse that we are building and making videos on. I wanted to share with you why we are building a composting outhouse.   We have recently built an off-grid outdoor kitchen. It is detached from our house. Here is a post about the kitchen.  When we are outside using the kitchen or any yard work, playing in the garden or just getting dirty, and I/ we need to go to the bathroom I don’t want to take my muddy urban farmer boots off …

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7 Buckets Loads of Apples for the Pigs~

Can Family Chores be Fun?

Making a Tedious Task Fun!   When I was trying to think of a title for today’s video, I was trying to figure out what it was about and the why behind what were doing. We make daily videos on YT sharing what we are doing for the day on the homestead. Today was a tedious project. We have been busy building the Off Grid Outdoor Kitchen and we have been neglecting a few things around our homestead. One of them is picking up apples that have fallen from the trees, and there are a lot of them. I haven’t mowed because …

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Tour around Lumnah Acres with the BOSS

A Walk Around Lumnah Acres                        Let’s go on a walk around Lumnah Acres. We will go check out the off grid outdoor kitchen first.                                                                              Now to the Icelandic chickens.                                             …

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10,000 Modern Steader Subscriber GiveAway!

We Reached 10,000 Modern Steaders on Youtube!!!! We wanted to thank all the Modern Steaders for subscribing to our Youtube channel Lumnah Acres. We are doing a Huge Giveaway thanks to coopsnmore. We are giving away three different INCUBATORS! For your chance to win, all you need to do is sign up for our newsletter. How to Enter Scroll down to the page and on the right-hand side of a desk top computer is the sign up for the newsletter. If you are on mobile scroll down to the bottom! Details The contest is open until Friday, Sept 15 at …

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What our Off Grid Outdoor Kitchen means to us

Building our Off Grid Outdoor Kitchen. We have high expectations for the Off Grid Outdoor Kitchen and hope it brings us closer to sustainability. Let me expand on that a bit. First, if you haven’t seen any of the videos on our  Off Grid Outdoor Kitchen here is one video. After seeing the building my explanation will make more sense. The building is south facing with a lot of glass on the south side. This will help warm the Off Grid Outdoor Kitchen in the winter and keep it cool in the summer. It is also a convertible building. The two …

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When Things Dont go Your Way and You end up With Organic Grass Fed Chicken Breast at the End of the Day

When Things Don’t Go Your Way and You end up With Organic Grass Fed Chicken Breast at the End of the Day! I didn’t plan on butchering two of our pasture raised organically fed meat birds today. But it has been on our to do list lately.  We have been so busy building our Off Grid Outdoor kitchen (I am going to link that video series here ), that a few things have been neglected. Harvesting the two remaining roosters being one of them. One of the reasons we needed to do this is so we could divide up the new …

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How we store our summer abundance of Zucchini so we can have zucchini bread all fall and winter!

We really love our fresh zucchini.  It always feels like you either don’t have any or so much that you don’t know what to do with it!  As soon as you think you have picked the last one for the day you find a HUGE monster one! Talk about feast or famine. I don’t know about you but we can only eat so much zucchini.  But our favorite thing to do with zucchini is to bake with it.  We love zucchini bread, muffins and whoopie pies, yum! If you haven’t tried them, you must! But we don’t like to bake that much in the …

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