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How to Make a Pet Go-Bag

Many pets get left behind in a disaster situation. As you prepare your family for an emergency don't forget about your favorite 4-legged friends. Pets are members of the family as well. Having a packed and ready-to-go bug-out bag for your pets will make getting to safety a snap.
As a general rule dogs can carry one-third... Read More

How to Build a Cold Storage Room

Now, that you've got a stockpile of food and gear for an emergency you might be wondering where you're going to put all of it. Building a cold storage room in your basement or spare room is a great idea to keep everything organized. This will free up cupboard space in your kitchen. Keeping food... Read More

How to Set up a School Safety Plan

Emergencies happen when you least expect them. Its always better to be prepared and not need anything, than to be caught unaware when disaster strikes. Children spend most of their time at school so it's safe to assume they have a high chance of encountering some kind of emergency while at school. The more prepared... Read More

Practical Uses For Goat Milk

If you're considering adding another level of preparedness to plan, you've probably considered adding a goat or two. (Click HERE for a blog that will help you make the right decisions when buying your goats.) Once you have the goat, however, what can you do with the 90 quarts of delicious, nutrient-dense goat milk you... Read More

VIDEO: Silicon Valley's Doomsday: Prepping for an Economic Apocalypse

A while back, the al-Jazeera channel came to interview Jeff Davis, owner of the Ready Store, in a documentary segment about Silicon Valley executives who are concerned about the growing instability of the economy and our society at large.
Check out the video below to watch in-depth interviews from executives, programmers, bunker-builders and emergency food... Read More

How To Get Better Tasting Eggs From Your Backyard Chickens

Backyard chicken eggs have the potential to be more delicious and more nutrient-dense than those you can get from the grocery store. But, did you know that with just a few adjustments to your chickens' diet, they can produce richer, tastier eggs?
With a few exceptions, store bought chicken feed is not as effective and nutritious... Read More

How To Build a Lean-To Shelter

Whether you are in a survival situation, or you just want to enjoy a different type of camping experience, a lean-to shelter is a good way to stay safe from the elements.
Supplies Needed:
2 Trees/ poles about 7-8 feet apart
2 poles/branches about 8-9 feet long (Thick for frame)
5-8  thinner 8-9 poles/branches
Filler branches/saplings/ long grass/leaves
Twine/Paracord/vines
Ax to chop... Read More

DIY - Canning Strawberries

The great thing about your favorite strawberry plant is the fact that it spreads and produces an abundant harvest every year. However, an abundant strawberry crop brings the problem of too many berries to eat. That's a great problem to have.
Thankfully, there are some delicious solutions to your strawberry abundance problems. Canning your strawberries prevents... Read More

How To Make Bread Without an Oven

Bread is one of those comfort foods that families want year round. If you're ever camping or in an emergency situation, you can still enjoy different kinds of breads.  Here are some great options to help you get your carb fix, no matter where you are.
Donuts/ Fry Bread
While not necessarily the healthiest bread option, frying... Read More

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The ReadyClub gets you cool perks like free shipping, 2% rewards points, exclusive discounts and a 3-month price lock guarantee in your ReadyQueue. All of these perks are yours for only $39.99 a year!
You can earn your money back pretty quickly on that investment. Regularly, shipping... Read More

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