If you are looking for an affordable and durable farm and garden muck boot that doesn’t break the bank, keep reading. In full transparency, for the last six years, I have been a Muck Boot Company customer, buying boots only when they have sales or discount codes. The truth is my Muck Boots have never lasted more than one year each, and forking over $100+ every year was starting to get my goat (see what I did there?).
A few months ago, I was approached by the company HISEA Boots to try out their waterproof farm boots. I’ll be frank and say I usually don’t go for product reviews because I feel like it puts me in a tough position - I’m getting paid to share something with my followers that I otherwise may not have tried. Whether we as bloggers like to admit it or not - paid promotions can (and do!) shift opinions. I am happy to say that these boots have made their way up to my top choice for farm and garden chores - and even trips into town cause they are so darn cute and comfortable!
Let’s get into the details: I opted for the Women's Mid-Calf Barn Boots in Navy Plaid in a size 8. I usually run 7.5 in sizing, but I wanted to be on the safe side...
Ep 70: Finding balance on the homestead, from farming with kids to entrepreneurship with Jill Winger of The Prairie Homestead
Kelsey is back on the podcast for a fun heart-to-heart with Jill Winger of The Prairie Homestead, one of the foremost homesteading websites since 2010. Jill is a powerhouse in the homesteading community, sharing her love of living off the land with all her readers and listeners. Her practical and authentic teaching style and storytelling have won the hearts of hundreds of thousands of homesteaders across social media and through the top-ranked Old Fashioned on Purpose podcast and the best-selling Prairie Homestead Cookbook.
Opening a roadside farmstand is no small feat. When I opened my roadside farmstand I wish there was someone with all the answers to my questions, but like so much of the small farming world there’s a lot of trial and error to be had before you figure things out. That’s why I want to share with you everything I’ve learned along the way as I opened up my roadside farmstand for our farm, Green Willow Homestead.
In this first post in my farmstand series we will cover:
Thanks for stopping by Green Willow Homestead! From chicken rearing to composting, we've got our hands full and we love sharing what we've learned along the way. Follow along as we turn the 80 acres we call home into a farm that serves its community and a homestead that nourishes us throughout the seasons.
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