Message from Orchid in Cascade Front #homesteading-general


2017-09-21 01:44:50 UTC  

because i barely have any

2017-09-21 01:44:56 UTC  

but i feel like i've finally found something

2017-09-21 01:44:59 UTC  

with this and /esg/

2017-09-21 01:45:02 UTC  

i've found my calling

2017-09-21 01:45:24 UTC  

Very nice! 😃

2017-09-21 01:46:03 UTC  

I don't really know about my motivation, it's something like "If I don't do this my dreams won't come true" and thus my dreams enable me to push harder and what not

2017-09-21 01:46:15 UTC  

i've just hit a point in my life

2017-09-21 01:46:25 UTC  

where i feel like i should have *some* motivation

2017-09-21 01:46:57 UTC  

Remember, motivation is a false god. True success comes from determination

2017-09-21 01:49:09 UTC  

Nah I've found that the middleground is best

2017-09-21 01:50:44 UTC  

Like sure doing something because you're determined to do it and your standard is "it gets done", but it becomes a lot better when you're motivated to do it

2017-09-21 01:50:50 UTC  

As long as you don't *depend* on motivation

2017-09-21 02:32:20 UTC  

So

2017-09-21 02:32:32 UTC  

What is the exact plan, as far as this specific channel?

2017-09-21 02:33:50 UTC  

Anything homesteading/prepper/survival related.

2017-09-21 02:34:46 UTC  

Ah I see

2017-09-21 02:35:10 UTC  

What's the general then for overall discussion?

2017-09-21 02:35:49 UTC  

Yeah, anything that doesn't fit in the other channels I suppose.

2017-09-21 02:36:12 UTC  

this is for stuff like this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-vuMSoQzYfs

2017-09-21 02:36:45 UTC  

Oh my bad, survival stuff would go in <#359944897676967946> .

2017-09-21 02:36:56 UTC  

i guess it depends on the type of survival

2017-09-21 02:37:03 UTC  

Probably should just merge these.

2017-09-21 02:37:38 UTC  

im worried about too many overlapping conversations

2017-09-21 02:38:04 UTC  

Well, most discussion in one is applicable to the other.

2017-09-21 02:38:17 UTC  

Doesn't really matter either way.

2017-09-21 03:42:25 UTC  

Zennex17, to answer your question from the sig chat: it's a new hobby for me and I haven't harvested anything yet. But I think that lettuce in the pic is about ready and it's been ~3 weeks since the seeds sprouted from the rockwool.

2017-09-21 16:37:12 UTC  

https://cdn.discordapp.com/attachments/359504430569095168/360464495254044685/image.jpg

2017-09-21 16:37:44 UTC  

Only the self-sufficient man is free

2017-09-21 18:20:14 UTC  

https://cdn.discordapp.com/attachments/359504430569095168/360490421727789057/image.png

2017-09-21 18:20:17 UTC  

Anyone know anything about bovines?

2017-09-21 18:21:44 UTC  

Anyone have any experience with family milk cows, on the topic of self-sufficiency?

2017-09-21 21:14:37 UTC  

Not much, I knew some folks that had a milk cow. They also had a couple goats and said that the goats ended up producing more milk for their size than the cow.

2017-09-21 21:22:16 UTC  

It depends on the cow, cow's age and feed. Personaly I perfer more animals because it minimizes the chance of catastophry. http://www.backwoodshome.com/bovine-basics-for-beginners/
P.S. did you know that there are dairy sheep breeds.

2017-09-21 21:35:21 UTC  

sheep milk

2017-09-21 21:35:21 UTC  

what

2017-09-21 21:36:58 UTC  

Sheep herding would give the ladies plenty of work and generate a nice income for the community

2017-09-21 21:37:04 UTC  

yeah

2017-09-21 21:37:15 UTC  

maybe putting up our best livestock for studding

2017-09-21 21:38:39 UTC  

Anyone know anything about sheep?

2017-09-21 21:38:55 UTC  

not really tbh