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Debbie Kingsley outlines the rules and regulations for smallholding – this month identifying your sheep or goats
What sort of skills do I need to be a smallholder or become self-sufficient? Debbie Kingsley outlines essential skills for smallholders in part 3 of her series for beginners
In part 2 of her series on smallholding for complete beginners, Debbie Kingsley answers the question: can I make money from my smallholding?
Debbie Kingsley starts off this series on smallholding for complete beginners with a question: how much time does having your own smallholding require?
Autumn is the time for the selection of replacement breeding stock. Tim Tyne offers advice on picking out the cream of your new crop of lambs, or looking at alternatives to rejuvenate the flock
If you’re taking the plunge and are intending to buy goats there are several things to consider before you part with your money, not least whether you want them for meat, milk or fibre. Lee Connor offers some sage advice
If you have dreams of becoming a goatkeeper, Lee Connor has some vital advice
What should you sow during the cold months? Charles Dowding offers advice on winter vegetables, compost, weeding and more
Andy Cawthray advises on the best way to create a great chicken run, including advice on space, fencing, and semi-permanent set ups
Andy provides advice to ensure that your chicken coop is providing your chickens with everything they need, including advice on perches, nesting areas and chicken coop ventilation
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