There’s something that nobody tells you, when you start to can, it’s kind of addicting. There is just something very satisfying about putting all that hard work into making delicious food, putting it into jars, processing it and then hearing the ping, ping, ping of lids, letting you know that all your hard work has paid off and the jars have sealed and you now have yummy deliciousness that will last a year.
- Country Acres Homestead
In March of 2017, Dan and Becca, along with 6 of their 7 children moved to their 25 acre homestead in Southeastern Missouri. They bought a 100 year old farm house that had been unloved for over 30 years, totally site unseen. They are on a journey towards self-sufficiency while raising chickens for eggs and meat, heritage Bourbon Red Turkeys, as well as growing and preserving their own food. You can follow them on their journey at countryacreshomestead.com
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