The September 30, 2010
Monthly Update Has Been Posted






Hello and thanks for stopping by. I now post a single, end-of-the-month essay, which I like to call a monthly "Blogazine." You can read the current "issue" at this link:

Deliberate Agrarian Update For 31 December 2009
Deliberate Agrarian Update For 30 November 2009
Deliberate Agrarian Update For 31 October 2009
Deliberate Agrarian Update For 30 September 2009
Deliberate Agrarian Update For 31 August 2009
Deliberate Agrarian Update For 31 July 2009
Deliberate Agrarian Update For 30 June 2009
Deliberate Agrarian Update For 31 May 2009
Deliberate Agrarian Update For 30 April 2009


If you are new to this site...
Welcome To The Deliberate Agrarian!




After four years and hundreds of essays, I ceased writing
almost-daily essays for this blog in April of 2009. But my body of
past writings remain here as a relevant testimony to the wisdom
and goodness found in a Deliberate Agrarian lifestyle.

I invite you to peruse the Deliberate Agrarian Archives



(links are in the column to your right)——>

There is a wealth of down-to-earth inspiration 
and how-to information to be found there.
I also invite you to read my last essay before
changing to a monthly format. Here is the link:


Yours truly,
Herrick Kimball
(hckimball@bci.net)


2 comments:

tooffairy said...

Love your blog! I was searching for "how to dispatch a chicken" and found you. We have (ehum- had three hens) until this morning. One of the girls was very sick and not "fixable". Thank goodness my uncle is familiar with hunting and was able to do a clean chop for me. I was spared the blood and headless chicken run. I do however want to learn to clean and dress my own chickens. Love the plucker! Good for you for teaching your son how its done! We are so removed from our food nowdays it terrifing to kill your own food!My dad and grandparents had to do it! Anyway- trying to move my family back to basics. Thanks for the pictures and explanations. I look forward to your future blogs!- Amy Z in Virginia

Kendall said...

Very interesting blog, lots of inspiration and information. I hatch chicks and sell to lots of people like you...(you really should use a better chicken, those white birds look like Cornish xs). I was looking for chicken tractor designs for my own use and ended up spending quite a bit of time reading your blog. God bless you for the wisdom and faith you're sharing with others.