100 Days of Useful Homesteading Skills: Day 9 – Live Within Your Means


We all have this dream that if we could just move to the country and raise our own food, we would be self-reliant and have fewer bills. However, the fact is that if you can’t live within your means now you won’t be able to do so when you are homesteading.

We have several tips that can help you live within your means now so that you can be prepared.

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100 Days of Useful Homesteading Skills: Day 8 – Baking Bread


Baking bread is a true homesteading skill. Almost a lost art, though it is making a come back.

There is nothing quite like biting into a freshly baked loaf of hot bread.

A friend once asked us why we bother to bake bread when it can be purchased so inexpensively in the store. There are many good reasons and these are what we shared with her. Continue reading

Who We Are


Mother Udder Farm is a homestead established for the benefit of our children’s future. Everything that is eaten, sold or bartered is handled by our three children, with a little guidance by Mom and Dad. They are all learning the value of hard work and how to manage their resources, so that they can be good members of society and excellent stewards of our Earth.

​Together, our whole family is learning how to live more sustainably, to decrease our ecological imprint, and live in harmony with the land. Come join us on an UnforGOATable adventure!