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Guard Animals on the Homestead – Video Post

In this video Kevin introduces you to the newest permanent residence at the homestead. They’re mean…They’re ferocious…They will attack at any time. What are they? You’ll have to watch to find out!

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Living Traditions Homestead is committed to living a more traditional and sustainable way of life. We believe the world has gotten too “busy” and that people are missing out on many of the true blessings that God has given us. We started as a small homestead in Gilbert, AZ and after the city grew up around us, decided it was time to take a big leap of faith by moving our family half way across the country to the Missouri Ozarks. We hope you will check back frequently to see how the homestead is progressing.


  1. Shirley Haverstock 12 May, 2017 at 10:34 Reply

    Loved seeing and hearing about the guard animals~ so cute, and again, I learned a lot. I look forward to seeing these geese and ducks grow up and work. Thank you for all these interesting videos.

  2. Daniel Spracale and Laurie Spracale 18 May, 2017 at 12:05 Reply

    Great job guys!! We love seeing what all you guys are doing there. Always super informative and well done. We’re anxious to hear / see how the geese work out. As a little kid, I got nipped by a goose and I haven’t trusted them since 😉

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      Kevin 19 May, 2017 at 11:55 Reply

      They are 3 weeks old now and don’t like me nearly as much as they did at first. I guess that’s ok since they are supposed to be guard animals. Really great to hear from you! We miss everyone back in AZ but wouldn’t go back to “old life” for anything! – Kevin & Sarah

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