Homesteading For Preppers By Dan F. Sullivan
Are you a homesteader? Do you plan on increasing the amount of livestock and foods in your custody? Do you want to have a solid, steady food and water supply? Then you need to combine prepping and homesteading together to achieve this.
Dan F. Sullivan has come up with a guide called autopilot homestead that will help you make your own food and groceries. Some of you might be saying, “Another food system?” no its not, it is better than a food system, it is a complete food strategy. It is the only course that will show you how to start a fully-functioning homestead from the ground up in a short period of time.
Many might not understand what homestead really is, but do not worry it will be explained in this article, just keep on reading it.
Homesteading is a lifestyle of self-sufficiency. It is characterized by subsistence agriculture, home preservation of food, and may also involve the small scale production of textiles, clothing, and craftwork for household use or sale. In homesteading, social and government support systems are frequently eschewed in favor of self-reliance and relative deprivation, in order to maximize independence and self-determination. Homesteading is not defined by where someone lives, such as the city or the country, but by the lifestyle choices they make.
Early homesteaders lived a stark existence out of necessity. They had no power, no running water, they were forced to hunt and prepare their own meat, and grow their own food. Modern homesteaders often use renewable energy options including solar electricity and wind power. Many also choose to plant and grow heirloom vegetables and to raise heritage livestock. It focuses by choice on lowering energy consumption, eliminating waste, and growing or hunting your own food.
Homesteading dates back to the Homestead Act of 1862. Settlers from various walks of life, single women, slaves, and immigrants fresh off the boat, took up the gauntlet to build a home and live free on 160 acres for five years. During that five-year-period, they were charged with making improvements and “keeping the land”. Two witnesses, friends or neighbors, then vouched for the hard work via their signature. The homesteader would then receive a patent from the President of U.S.
Actual financial savings from adopting a homesteading lifestyle can be significant if planned and executed properly. Many homesteaders express deep satisfaction with their standard of living and feel that their lifestyle is healthier and more rewarding than more conventional patterns of living.
With autopilot homestead, you will get to become a better homesteader, save more money and live a healthier life. Whether you’re new to homesteading, if you already have some land and don’t know where to start, even if you’ve been doing it for decades and think you know it all, I guarantee you’ll find inside plenty of secrets you didn’t know about homesteading.
Homesteading is the only legal way known of to become almost completely self-reliant from the food corporations, the utilities companies, the Government, by harvesting hundreds upon hundreds of pounds of organic food year-round, and collecting thousands of gallons of crystal-clear drinking water for free.
Reasons to homestead
These and many more are reasons why you should homestead;
- To avoid high food prices and/or high utility costs.
- To reduce the amount of power you need and utilize solar, wind or hydro power in order to decrease or even eliminate your dependence on a power grid that could collapse at any moment.
- To be less dependent on a government that seems to increasingly act in a way that isn’t in the best interest of its citizens.
- To become adept at growing and/or raising your own food to ensure that you and your family will have a source of food when grocery store shelves stand empty or food rationing has been implemented.
- It will enable you not to believe in the false dream of working a job you hate to own material possessions (big house, fancy car, pool, camper, etc.) that you have very little time to enjoy.
To take back your health by growing your own groceries, and making your own food out of basic ingredients, such as cheese, bread and even chocolate to name a few things is of great importance. We are lucky that modern homesteading is not the all or nothing venture that it was for those early homesteaders, it is a bit easier than that of the olden days.
Dan F. Sullivan has provided a guide to accompany you achieve your greatest goals as a homesteader.
The bottom line
If you’re looking to get started in homesteading, where you start doesn’t matter as much as that you actually start in some small way and that you don’t give up easily. Just purchase this wonderful guide and watch as your homestead grows successfully.
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