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The ideal composition of a survival group

The ideal composition of a survival group

A survival group is ideally composed of people with different traits and skills.  The traits and skills should be complementary.  As the same time, the values and beliefs should be similar, so that the goals are aligned and there is harmony in the group.    This article talks about the ideal mixed o... »

How to start a fire

How to start a fire

Fire for Survival To build a fire, it helps to understand the basic principles of a fire. Fuel (in a nongaseous state) does not burn directly. When you apply heat to a fuel, it produces a gas. This gas, combined with oxygen in the air, burns. Understanding the concept of the fire triangle is very im... »

Raising Geese

Raising Geese

Raising geese is very easy and require very low maintenance if any. A pen of geese, say three geese and a gander will run happily about the fields, and live on grass with just a handful of grain thrown to them every night to lure them home to shut them in from the foxes, otherwise they don’t need an... »

Raising Goats

Raising Goats

Goats can survive on bushes, trees, desert scrub and aromatic herbs when sheep and cattle would starve to death. What are the benefits of goat milk? Goat milk casein and goat milk fat are more easily digested cow milk. Goat milk is valued for the elderly, sick, babies, children with cow milk allergi... »

Raising Cows

Raising Cows

Raising Cows Before getting a cow, think hard about it. A cow is the biggest tie in the farm, you will have to milk her twice a day, to feed the cow you need to grow fodder, to use up the manure from the cow you will have to dig or plough more land … unless you’re dedicated to spend more time in the... »

Raising Chickens

Raising Chickens

Raising Chickens To raise chickens the humane and healthy way is to give them enough space to scrap, to perch, to flap their wings and take dust baths (which is not possible and cruel in a wire cage). If you want to have eggs all year then a couple of dozen of hens will do. Give each hen a handful o... »

A Survival Q & A: Living Through SHTF In the Middle of A War Zone

A Survival Q & A: Living Through SHTF In the Middle of A War Zone

I came across this story on another website, I found it to be a very interesting read. “Nobody wins, we just survived, with a lot of bad dreams.” – Selco From Selco: OK, i wanna share with you my own experience. (be patient with my English, i am from far away ) I am from Bosnia, and as some of you m... »

Camp Mirror – A must have in your BOB and how to use it.

Camp Mirror – A must have in your BOB and how to use it.

Signaling with a mirror is simply redirecting the suns light to a specific place or target so that the flash of the mirror can be seen by someone in the target area. This is a very important item that you should always include in your bug out bag.  If you’re lost, you can use it to signal peop... »

Paracord

Paracord

550lb Paracord is the best type of rope you can have in your bug out bag.  It is very strong, durable, and is mildew and rot resistant.  You should always keep at least 50 to 100 feet of this stuff in your bug out bag at all times.  If you don’t want to put it in your bag, you can always make ... »

Athsma and how to treat it naturally

Athsma and how to treat it naturally

Asthma is an ancient Greek word meaning ” panting or short- drawn breath.” It is the most troublesome of the respiratory diseases. The asthma patient gets frequent attacks of breathlessness in between which he is completely normal. Symptoms Patients suffering from asthma appear to be gas... »

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