Howling Farms

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Husqvarna GT54LS Universal Hitch Install

This is the quick look and part 1 and 2 of my universal hitch install attempt. There will be an update later regarding how the hitch is holding up. The universal hitch and all the components I purchased was much cheaper than buying the alternative which would have been a...

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Husqvarna GT54LS Garden Tractor

The Husqvarna GT54LS is one elusive machine. I wasn’t sure whether or not to buy this machine because of the lack in available information found online. I decided to take the chance for one big reason. I honestly need a full compact tractor, but lack the funds for one and...

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Kenmore Dishwasher Top Rack FAIL!

As with life, things fail when you buy a ‘new’ home. And while I wish it was always fun and games on the homestead, some required repairs are always necessary. We have a Kenmore dishwasher that worked just fine and then we had a top rack failure. The dishes came...

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Cambro 6qt Storage Container Review

The Cambro 6qt storage containers are definitely something worth looking into if you are a baker, cook, or just like a tidy kitchen. I love to cook and my wife loves to bake, but our pantry is small and very cluttered. Knowing we would need a bigger kitchen in the...

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AndyGo Cargo Net

AndyGo Cargo Net Install and Review I used to own a Kia Sportage which came with a great little cargo net. This net was great to keep groceries and other loose items from rolling around the rear of the vehicle. When I purchased my Subaru Outback, I was disappointed to...

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Smelting Silver – First Attempt

My first attempt at smelting silver. Made a nice little bar. Not bad! Part of my treasure hunting adventures is finding silver. Of course the coins do not get smelted, but old jewelry that’s broken and such gets thrown in to a bullion bar pile. This is my playing with...

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Scrapping Stuff! Stripping and Scrapping Copper

Seriously, if you have the ability to scrap your metals, do it! It’s easy income for a homesteader. We have recycling services that come to our property, but they get the benefits and the payouts for the metals they collect. And the sad thing is we have to PAY for...