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If you have a question regarding a specific post, leaving a comment on that particular post is sometimes the quickest and easiest way to reach me.
If you are interested in submitting a guest post, I would be more than happy to discuss your ideas and send you our guest posting guidelines.
(I DO NOT accept guest posts from companies or freelance writers. However, if you are a fellow blogger or homesteader and would like to submit a post, I would most definitely be interested.)
You may reach me by email at:
jill (at) theprairiehomestead (dot) com
Due to the volume of email that I receive (and running a homestead and being a mom), please understand that I can’t answer every email. But, I promise to do my best!
Q:Where exactly do you live?
A: I reside in the southern portion of Wyoming. Because of security reasons, I prefer not to give any more details than that.
Q: Can I come tour your homestead?
A: Probably not. Our home and mini-farm are still a work-in-progress. The property was a fixer-upper when we purchased it and we are still in the thick of major projects. Because of that, it’s usually in a less-than-tour-worthy state. However, if you are interesting in learning more about our particular homestead, you can read more on this page.
Q: Where do I find your recipe for _______?
A: All of the recipes I’ve published on The Prairie Homestead can be easily referenced on the Recipes page.
Q. Where is your post about ______?
A: If you are having trouble locating a post, try using the search bar which is located in the sidebar ——–>
Q: What kind of goat/chicken/cow/pig would be best for my homestead?
A: It really depends on your location, situation, and what you are hoping to achieve from the homesteading process. I don’t have all the answers when it comes to broad questions like this, so I highly recommend spending some time researching the web and your local library. Ask other farmers or homesteaders in your area for their best advice too. A good starter book that covers a broad range of homesteading topics is The Backyard Homestead by Carleen Madigan.
Q: Do you accept paid-text links?
Q: How do I get the free essential oil eBook?
A: After you subscribe and confirm your subscription, you will immediately receive an automated email with the download link (you must have Adobe Acrobat reader on your computer in order to view the eBook). If you can’t find it, please thoroughly check your spam/junk mail folders. If it’s not there, feel free to send me an email at the above address and I will see what I can do.