Fall Homestead To Do List – Farm Fresh Tuesday (#26)

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This week in our Farm Fresh Tuesday Blog Hop, I am featuring a fall homestead to do list, to help you get on top of all those homestead chores this time of the year!

Homestead Chores

Homestead chores never seem to end, do they? Having homestead to do lists, can at least help you to prioritize those things that need doing. Everyone’s individual homestead to do lists will vary, because each homestead is unique.

Simple DIY Straw Bale Cold Frame tutorial using old windows! Extend your growing season! ~The Reid Homestead #coldframe #wintergardening #springgardening #fallgardening #strawbalegardening
Simple DIY Straw Bale Cold Frame to Extend your growing season! Click the picture to go to my tutorial on how to make one.

Homestead chores may vary depending on the location of your homestead, which animals you keep on the homestead, as well as all the other projects you may have ongoing. Create your own homestead to do lists and keep them in a binder for reference from year to year. Use our featured post as a starting point!

Also, among all the fall chores you have to do, don’t forget that the Holidays are right around the corner! Get a jump start on your shopping with my Holiday Gift Guide for Gardeners, or you may find other great holiday gift ideas in my Mother’s Day Gift Guide or in my Best Gardening Shoes for Women posts!

Other Homestead To Do Lists:

Spring time is one of the busiest times on our homestead, so I have created homestead to do lists for them here:

March Homestead To Do List

April Homestead To Do List

May Homestead To Do List

June Homestead To Do List

Be sure to pin all of these homestead to do lists on Pinterest, or share on Facebook for future reference!

Our Featured Post this Week:

Fall Homestead To Do List

shovel and rake in straw

Fall Homestead Chores List from Sam at Just Dabbling Along

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Your Farm Fresh Tuesday Blog Hop Hosts Are:

Lisa from The Self Sufficient HomeAcre

french toast with butter syrup on white plate on red and white tablecloth with a glass of eggnog

Eggnog French Toast Recipe from Lisa at The Self Sufficient HomeAcre

Please feel free to follow Lisa on the following Social Media channels:

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Wendie & Todd blog at Unexplained Underfoot Objects

butterscotch sticky buns

Grammie’s Famous Butterscotch Sticky Buns by Todd & Wendie at Unexplained Underfoot Objects

Please feel free to follow Todd & Wendie on the following Social Media channels:

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Melissa blogs at Little Frugal Homestead

roasted mushrooms on baking sheet

 Mushrooms are Nutritous and Delicious by Melissa at Little Frugal Homestead

AnnMarie from 15 Acre Homestead

 Annie is taking a break from hosting our blog hop to spend some well deserved time with her family! Hope you are having a ball Annie!

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And myself! I’m Tamara and I blog here at The Reid Homestead

Learn how I make money growing plants at home with vegetable starts and more! ~The Reid Homestead #makemoneygardening #gardeningsidehustle #makemoneyathome #gardening #sellingplants #sellingvegetablestarts #vegetablegardening #seedstarting

 How to Make Money Growing Plants at Home from Tamara at The Reid Homestead

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  • Posts that do not follow these rules will be deleted.

Thanks for visiting our Farm Fresh Tuesday blog hop! Please check out all the amazing posts and comment on, and share the posts that you learned something new from! Feel free to share your blog hops below in the comment section!

Want to Remember This?

Of course you do! Stay on top of your homestead chore lists or honey do lists with this Fall Homestead To Do List!

Pease share “Fall Homestead To Do List” on Pinterest to your favorite Homesteading board!

winter squash with text overlay fall homestead to do list, a featured post from the farm fresh tuesday blog hop








  1. Debbie-Dabble | 5th Nov 19

    Thanks so much for hosting each week!!

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