Hello all you homesteaders out there!!
I want to start out by telling you guys that today we broke ground on our first of many greenhouses here at Stinnett Farms. Most of the material we used was either "FREE" or salvaged from other projects. Here is a picture of our progress so far:
This greenhouse you see in the picture is 8' x 8'. The materials we used to build it are: 2 cattle panels, and 4- 2x6x8' for the base. Oh, and the plastic of course. We buy the plastic at Atwoods for about $30 for a 100 foot roll and we have already build a rabbit barn and this greenhouse with it and still have some left.
This project will be our seed starting house as well as a potting shed type house as well. There will be a 10'x8' section connected to the 8'x8' section you see in the photo. I'll update you later with more details and photos after we complete it.
I also want to tell you about our great new eBook: "Cattle Panel Structures" In this eBook (complete with free updates) we walk you through the process step-by-step of how you can build a 10'x16' barn, greenhouse, or whatever type structure you need. We are giving this eBook away FREE!! All we ask is that you sign up for our Newsletter. We promise not to bombard you with emails we only want to let you know when we have more FREE information in regards to homesteading.
Our goal here at Stinnett Farms is to help as many people as possible learn from our experiences and mistakes in becoming more self-sufficient and how easy it can be to establish your own working homestead.
We value each and every person that visits us here at STINNETT FARMS and hope you find everything you are looking for. If there is a topic you don't see here please let us know and we will do our best to get information added about it.
Also, if you have put together information that helps homesteaders we would love to share it with our readers. We look forward to a long happy homesteading relationship with everybody and again as always.....
P.S. Download your free copy of "Cattle Panel Structures" today by visiting Stinnett Family Farms website.