Monday’s Homestead Barn Hop #67
I hope you had a great weekend. Unfortunately for us, we lost a few of our chickens to what appears to be a fox and a raccoon. We also lost two turkeys due to what I can only guess what heat related. It always stinks to lose animals. So, we’ll be beefing up security around here in hopes of better protecting our flock.
Last week, Christine shared an interesting post on what she does with red clover…
Isn’t it lovely? Christine from These Light Footsteps wrote an interesting article on the medicinal benefits of red clover, and encouraged everyone to go pick these blossoms while they’re still available. She also shared how she makes a tincture for future medicinal uses.
If you’ve spotted a good cluster of red clover in your area, take a day to go harvesting them. Then do some research into how to use them to promote cleansing and healing in your own family!
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