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Pa Mac makes things fruitful on his new small farm by planting some apple trees while demonstrating the beauty, value, and historic significance of the multifaceted American apple. Be sure and subscribe to the Farm Hand’s Companion channel to keep up with the progress as Pa Mac takes an undeveloped piece of property and turns it into a small subsistence farm. Watch for new episodes as often as Pa Mac can crank ’em out and still run a farm. (As long as he’s alive and kicking, he’s most assuredly farming and filming!) Also visit to find articles, posts, photographs, and encouragement for today’s self-sufficient farm or homestead. . Listen Carefully …shhhhhhh shhhhhh Were you ever curious how this whole Cowgrazing project began …. what was our inspiration ? here and share this speech with everyone , this can change the way they think about invisible life around them here is the link also go through our research on this link Kindly whats app us on +91 9819019019 if you like to talk to us then call on +91 9819019019 once you have seen the above links/articles/videos fully till then whats app is good We dont sell gir cows and we dont know where we can find good gir cows for sell. Thanks Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsBuilding a Small Log Chicken House – The Farm Hand’s Companion Show, ep 10Homemade Lumber for the Small Farm or Homestead – The Farm Hand’s Companion Show, ep 5Clearing Land for Farming or Homesteading – The Farm Hand’s Companion Show, ep 2How To Grow An Apple Tree From Seeds – Growing Apples Fruits – Planting Dwarf Fruit Trees – JazevoxCompanion planting in a small productive urban garden. Sustainable Gardening AustraliaPlanting my Garden in Straw #129 Heirloom Organic Vegetable

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  • mikedoesseo 2 weeks ago

    Gettin a lot closer now on the countdown 🙂

  • Farmer Brown 2 weeks ago

    Where did you get the trees

  • You kNow 2 weeks ago

    Hey! I watched this vid a few years ago, and I looked for it to see if you've been able to make a delicious apple pie yet! Any news to share?

  • Mark Dacosta 2 weeks ago

    im transplanting a pine sapling tomorrow love your vids helpful tips to the novice homesteader u should make more vids thanks pa mac

  • apples have naturalized themselves on the truckee river in ca.

  • Good Drugs Farm 2 weeks ago

    I really enjoyed your video. I was already inspired and have planted and ordered even more apple and pear trees but now I'm inspired even more! I think I've reached the point where I'm more excited growing things than hunting.

  • chefgiovanni 2 weeks ago

    Good video. I too knew a 90 year old apple farmer, he had 100 acres of apple trees The fruit was so good. We can do so many things with them apples. Time to cook. Sub too.

  • Tom Sensible 2 weeks ago

    Alas, this is not on the "apple tree" subject at all, so please forgive me. I enjoy hearing all the nice clawhammer banjo and fiddle tunes that accompany the videos… Do you think you'd ever get the hankering to knock together a banjo? A gourd one could fun, and sounds mellow, to boot. I have made a few beater-banjoes, and they are hard to mess up. (And if you do, you just give it to some distant relative, that you rarely visit so you don't have to ever see it again!) Have a happy new year, and keep building; I like those videos! TS from sunny Florida

  • John Stewart 2 weeks ago

    Enjoyed this video very much. However, I can't help but wonder how in the world, given the location of this fine orchard, are you going to keep squirrels and raccoons away from the fruit?  If you have a plan I would love to hear it. Best Regards,John from St. Louis

  • Kim Boden 2 weeks ago

    I am completely enjoying your videos! They are informative, clever, and down right hilarious at times!

  • DAVID SONNIER 2 weeks ago

    where did you order your apple trees from?

  • kingswoodkid1985 2 weeks ago

    here's a tip, "plant" a carp under each tree instead of the dirt mound! my cox's pippin went balistic!

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  • Jonathan Sterling 2 weeks ago

    So for how long will you need to keep the cages on the trees?

  • Adam Savage 2 weeks ago

    These videos are awesome!

  • Clyde Reed 2 weeks ago

    You need to make more videos. Love 'em

  • Anita Wilson 2 weeks ago

     "An apple a day keeps the doctor away"

  • Eric Smith 2 weeks ago

    Your video inspired me to buy 6 different apple trees from Century Farms. Should arrive this month.

  • Kamagawa 2 weeks ago

    I hope you don't mind my asking, but when you say a northward slope, do you mean it faces north? I just read that north facing slopes collect more moisture and south facing slopes see more sun. Had never thought about what impact that would have on plants until this video.

  • Mark Steadman 2 weeks ago

    Do you have an update on your apple tree growth? 

    Would love to see how they have come along in a year. 

  • Bharat Mallapur 2 weeks ago

    Superb…. Very well shot, and the farmer is extremely knowledgeable in Natural farming.

  • Ravi Kant Gumber 2 weeks ago

    Great Work Gajanand Ji, Can we grow Mangos in Punjab?



  • Ravi Rawat 2 weeks ago

    The more I see ur video, the more I feel to connect to nature.

  • Vishal Vasava 2 weeks ago

    Great Video Gajanand Pr….. Keep up the great work…. its really very informative ….