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What's the buzz about the growing popularity of backyard beekeeping? Providing habitat for bees, pollinating your garden and producing honey for your family are some of the compelling reasons for taking up this exciting hobby. But conventional beekeeping requires a significant investment and has a steep learning curve. The alternative? Consider beekeeping outside the box.
The Thinking Beekeeper is the definitive do-it-yourself guide to natural beekeeping in top bar hives. Based on the concept of understanding and working with bees' natural systems as opposed to trying to subvert them, the advantages of this approach include:
Top bar hives can be located anywhere bees have access to forage, and they make ideal urban hives because of their small footprint. Emphasizing the intimate connection between our food systems, bees and the well-being of the planet, The Thinking Beekeeper will appeal to the new breed of beekeeper who is less focused on maximizing honey yield and more on ensuring the viability of the bee population now and in the coming years.
Author: Christy Hemenway
The Wheel Deal features the Hoss Wheel Hoe and is a great starter set for those wanting to grow their own food. It includes Hoss’ single wheel hoe, the 8-inch oscillating hoe for weeding, and the Right Plow blade for making furrows and beds. The items are made in the United States.
Author: Hoss Tools
Whether you are mowing the lawn or working on your fence you'll need the Tough GRIT hat to get you through the job.
This tan baseball cap is embroidered with the Tough GRIT logo and detailed with Real Tree camouflage. The cap adjusts for a customized fit.
Tough GRIT: The Rural America Challenge series is featured on RFD-TV. GRIT Magazine and Tractor Supply have partnered up to feature this weekly show as two rural neighbors use their country skills to compete for cash. You'll learn the proper way to tackle any chore and enjoy a few laughs.
Format: Other/miscellaneous products
Hosted by Max Armstrong and focusing on FFA tractors, features include: 1955 John Deere 70 Diesel, 1931 Cletrac 15, 1950 and 1954 Allis-Chalmers IB, 1937 John Deere Gold Leaf (the only one made), 1950 Sheppard Diesel Orchard, 1954 Oliver Super 88, 1965 Case 130, 1966 Case 1200 Traction King, 1948 Long A, 1957 Massey-Harris 444, 1951 Farmall Super C, 1930 Oliver Hart-Parr 18-27 Row Crop, 1944 Leader A, 1953 Farmall Super H, 1954 Farmall Super M, 1964 Ford 9000 High Crop, and 1934 John Deere A. 2000. Run time: 70 minutes.
Latest installment in the Classic Tractor Fever collection. Owners share fascinating facts about their tractors. The tractors in this feature are fully restored better than new and now their history will live on for years to come. This DVD salutes tractor collectors every where. 70+ minutes.
Most first responders will tell you that, during the first hours, days, and sometimes weeks of a mass casualty disaster, they will not be able to immediately help everyone. Overwhelmed by people in need of medical care, food, water, and shelter, the emergency response system quickly breaks down. You must be prepared to take care of yourself and the people you care about for an extended period of time. The world we live in is unpredictable. Natural and man-made disasters can occur anywhere at any time. Hurricanes, tornadoes, blizzards, floods, fires, civil unrest, chemical spills, and blackouts are constant threats to our safety and well-being. When the unimaginable becomes reality, you may find yourself without electricity, food, water, gas, or any means of communication. The last thing you want to be without is a plan. Your emergency game plan is your disaster preparation and response guide. Its purpose is to provide you with confidence in knowing what to do before, during, and after any potential emergency or disaster. It will provide you the peace of mind that comes with, knowing you are prepared to keep your family safe. Start now to create a clear course of action for your family. You may not be able to control everything, but you can prepare for anything.
Author: Tipping, Tipping & Harris