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How to Make Natural Mosquito Repellent

Posted: 22nd February 2014 by Michael Levanduski in Animals, Bug control, How To
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There are dozens of different mosquito repellents on the market today, and many of them are quite effective.  The problem is, however, that most of them have unhealthy chemicals in them.  In addition, in the event of a catastrophic disaster, stores would no longer be around. Whether you’re looking to save some money, make sure you’re not spraying chemicals on your skin, or you just want to be prepared for anything, it is a good idea to learn how to make all natural mosquito repellent. Controlling mosquitos is extremely important not only because they are a nuisance, but also because they can be very hazardous to your health.  Mosquitos can transmit many different types of diseases.  In addition, mosquito bites […]

Introduction to Hunting Dangerous Animals

Posted: 17th December 2013 by Michael Levanduski in Animals, Hunting & Trapping, Wilderness Survival
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Hunting is an essential survival skill for anyone who wants to be prepared for the worst. In most cases, hunters go after minimally threatening animals like deer, antelope, or any type of small game.  Of course, all hunting can be dangerous, but for the most part a hunter is pretty safe when targeting these types of prey.  Whether for the thrill, or necessity, however, some people also hunt dangerous animals that can fight back.  In order to be prepared for this type of hunting, you’ll need to keep some things in mind. Types of Dangerous Animals There are many different animals you can hunt that can be extremely dangerous.  The following are some of the most commonly hunted dangerous animals […]

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Imperial Pro Series Traps Professional Series Box Traps with Rear Door Chipmunks, Rats, Squirrels  17″ long x 5″ x 5″ The most rigid and durable traps on the market. Constructed of long lasting GalvaPerm wire. This revolutionary coating provides up to three times longer life than galvanized-after-weld wire. Mounted with reinforced spring loaded front door. Trap rear door slides on steel frame for easy critter release and locks into place when shut. Steel reinforcing around trap body. Fully assembled and easy to set.  

Responsible Live Trapping By John Milandred Live trapping is an effective animal control alternative that is both humane and earth-friendly. Whether you are successful in catching a live animal depends on choosing the right bait and location among factors. Be aware of weather conditions. Trapped animals should not be left out in the elements as they can die from prolonged exposure to heat and cold. Check traps FREQUENTLY. Wild animals stress easily and may seriously injure themselves as they attempt to escape. Other animals besides the target animal may get caught in the trap. If this happens, advice on releasing it safely can be obtained from a licensed wildlife rehabilitation in your state. Depending on the time of year, you […]

Wild Horse Ranch

Posted: 6th February 2011 by Preppers in Animals
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They are looking for family’s  to join them on there quest for the pioneer life!   Here is a little more history of the Wild Horse Ranch, let us know if you have more questions about this place and this information. In 1887 Ed Flynn attempted to have this spot to be part of the Alexander band reservation, he was unsuccessful. At that point Ed Flynn and his family squatted on the property until his daughter who had married Jack Heffernan. Homesteaded on the land when Alberta became a province in 1904, The homesteading act didn’t take place until 1911 because of so many people applying for homesteads in Alberta. The land is now governed by the homestead act and […]

Our Barnyard Friends

Posted: 24th March 2010 by admin in Animals, food, Live Stock, Survival Food Strategy
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Before buying animals, learn as much as you can about them, but don’t expect to become an expert just by reading. When you get your animals you will need to also listen to them, watch them and notice their behaviors because they can tell you a lot. Note: Do not give growth-stimulating hormones and medicated feed, because this may have long-term side effects that are as yet unknown. If medicine needs to be given for some reason do not eat, or drink anything from that animal for at lest two weeks.   1. Chickens   Chickens are possible the most common animal seen on small ranches and farms.  They are easy to raise and produce large quantities of meat and eggs.  […]