What’s Your Weather Like Today? Are your reliant upon your cell phone to know the temperature, or the local weatherman? Why? -Why don’t you take control of your homestead and document and review the weather every day at your exact location? Better yet, document it from year to year so you feel the heartbeat of your land and better understand the changes in climate and the accurate arrival of Spring, or the exact entry of the first frost.
How Much Rain Have You Had?
The Water Gauge: Mark your rain gauge and add up your precipitation over the month to better understand your water table. The Homestead Box Water Gauge is you perfect tool for doing just that. With a slide marker you can note the last measurement after emptying the glass container.
This informational can be critical to your plants and the overall health of your homestead.
Make sure you check it daily!
Heavy Duty Outdoor Thermometer
Temperature changes, of just a few degrees can mean the difference between an early Spring planting, or a complete loss due to frost. It can also mean loss of animal life in the winter, or busted pipes under your house.
We posted our Aluminum and Glass Thermometer outside our chicken coop to make sure our gils were not too hot or too cold. If we let them get too cold our egg production ends. The large, easy to read numbers are easily read in any environment- even from several feet away.
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