FEED SCOOP GOURD

in homesteaderscoop •  6 months ago 

So easy to grow and so easy to make!

To be able to grow our own renewable Feed Scoops is amazing. They are perfectly shaped for this job and if we ever run out, we can just plant more. After finding these peculiar-shaped gourds some years ago, they've been a staple here on our homestead. While we usually prefer to stick to edible plants, growing our own tools can be a lot of fun too!

After our seeds passed their germination tests, we are now pleased to offer them for sale too. Hopefully anyone who buys some can start saving their own seeds for them too, and have a lifetime supply of attractive feed scoops to use and to share.

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During our germination tests we had a germination rate of 80%, so we take that into consideration when packaging them. We offer 30 seeds per order. Get them for USD, STEEM, or SBD!!!

FEED SCOOP GOURD PROMO VIDEO

BONUS LINKS

We just released our second book ever, "ARMADILLO ESCAPE" - a children's book that was the effort of three generations of our family, from @grandpa-pepper all the way down to Pinkie-Pepper. We're excited about it, so here's some links for you to check out in case you're interested. Thanks!

ORDER A COPY FROM OUR HOMESTEADER'S CO-OP STORE

ORDER AN AUTOGRAPHED COPY

ORDER ON AMAZON

Until next time…

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Hello my friend! :D

I thought I hi enter yesterday, but I must have not hit it hard enough, LOL. :D

These are a great resource, I wonder if we can grow them here...I'd love to try, it would be nice not to have to worry about breaking a scoop again. :D Like you said they are perfect for the compost if they do break. :D

God bless you and your wonderful family. :D Have an awesome day my fabulous friend! :D

Lol very cool🥄😁and fantastic pic!!

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We used to grow gourds for our "Martin Pole" Martins being a type of swallow, I think that are migratory, eat flying insects and are a real pleasure to watch fly, as the swoop and swirl chasing bugs.
Good post @papa-pepper