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“Growing your own food is like printing your own money.” Ron Finley We provide knowledge, tools and tips to help you and your family to have easy, successful gardens, making it affordable for every family to eat delicious and healthier foods. On December 27, 2014, Nancy was diagnosed with colon cancer and having been blessed to be healed, we felt called to encourage and inspire families to get healthier throughout the world. We feel privilege to be called upon to empower, teach and inspire you and your family to create your own homestead (even in the city). Our channel is focus on successful gardening, which is to produce healthier abundant harvest, healthy cooking and homesteading. We incorporate the most important part of organic gardening, to make the harvest healthier, by (using Non-GMO seeds and plants, and being careful to avoid pesticides and herbicides). We also use modern products and tools to make gardening easy, affordable, convenient, abundant, and quick. Hollis loves and enjoys gardening since he was 8 years old. He inherited the love of gardening from his granddad who had a 300 acre farm in Georgia and in the past own a large successful landscaping business for over 7 years. Realizing, every day is a gift from God, we are seeking to live a more simplistic life but most importantly to appreciate and enjoy life each day. Subscribe to YouTube Channel: Hollis and Nancy’s Homestead Facebook: get the latest updates, alerts, tips and trick! Accept our invitation, come check out our channel, if you like what you see, subscribe (to get the latest episodes) and Like to inspire and encourage us. Become a part of our Homestead family. Also like our Facebook page to get the latest updates, alerts, tips and tricks, but most importantly share in […]

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  • Annie Gaddis 7 months ago

    I found out chicken wire keeps the rabbits and opossums out, but not the raccoons. They tore it up to get in. Hope you don't have raccoons! I'm trying hardware cloth next. And maybe an electrical wire across the top!
     Love you two, Am so happy Nancy is a cancer survivor!

  • Maggie Wallington 7 months ago

    A must for rabbits (Jacks and Cottons) in Arizona. It's going to be expensive first yr of growing, but worth it! I wonder about ground squirrels, hmmmm

  • Joe Comfort 7 months ago

    Simple, economical, and rabbit proof. That's a dandy fence! Gonna' use this idea to keep the rabbits from going into the backyard buffet.