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Tales From the Home Farm: Live More, Spend Less, Grow Your Own Food

Nature, recreation and sports


by
Michael Kelly

Book Details

Format: EPUB

Page count: 400 pages

File size: 1.6 MB

Protection: DRM

Language: English

Turn the doom and gloom into a better, more enjoyable way of living. Want to eat better, save money, work those muscles without the treadmill, know where your food comes from? This could be the new, recession-proof you! Five years ago Michael Kelly chucked in the corporate life to try his hand at ?the good life’. It’s been the most rewarding thing he has ever done ? and you could do it too. Make your back (or front) garden work for you; or maybe an allotment? Based on his own, sometimes hilarious experiences, Michael shares what he’s learned, taking us through the year on his small home farm. Included: What to grow and when. What’s worth it? What’s not? Hens and pigs ? the ups and downs. Cooking and storing your bounty. The health benefits ? physical and mental. Linking up with others – food swapping and markets, and the return of the meitheal

Turn the doom and gloom into a better, more enjoyable way of living. Want to eat better, save money, work those muscles without the treadmill, know where your food comes from? This could be the new, recession-proof you! Five years ago Michael Kelly chucked in the corporate life to try his hand at ?the good life’. It’s been the most rewarding thing he has ever done ? and you could do it too. Make your back (or front) garden work for you; or maybe an allotment?… (more)

Turn the doom and gloom into a better, more enjoyable way of living. Want to eat better, save money, work those muscles without the treadmill, know where your food comes from? This could be the new, recession-proof you! Five years ago Michael Kelly chucked in the corporate life to try his hand at ?the good life’. It’s been the most rewarding thing he has ever done ? and you could do it too. Make your back (or front) garden work for you; or maybe an allotment? Based on his own, sometimes hilarious experiences, Michael shares what he’s learned, taking us through the year on his small home farm. Included: What to grow and when. What’s worth it? What’s not? Hens and pigs ? the ups and downs. Cooking and storing your bounty. The health benefits ? physical and mental. Linking up with others – food swapping and markets, and the return of the meitheal

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