Disaster Preparedness

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Kill The Rats—100 Things You Forgot

Rats have a horrible reputation throughout history and for good reason.  They are incredible survivors that can live off of feces and carrion.  They are one of nature’s ultimate survivors...

Super Charging Your Garden

When you see just how MUCH food comes out of the ground, you’ve gotta stand back and wonder; how much of that plant mass is being pulled from the soil...

Quartering Elk to Butcher

Complete DIY guide on how to butcher an elk. Tye walks Evan through the process after the 5th ReadyMan Challenge: Special Forces on the Hunt. (Spoiler alert: they killed an...

Complete Tire Repair Kit—100 Things You Forgot

In the apocalypse few things will be as valuable as bullets and gas, and gas does you know good if your vehicle is inoperable. So you better have multiple ways...

Killing What You Eat—Field Dressing an Elk

100% Grass-fed and organic right in your backpack (if need be.) ReadyMan gives you the down and dirty on how to field dress an elk fresh off a kill.

Survival Gardening: Combating Pests

Just when you think you’re dominating the garden, pests invade in droves and humble you. If you think you can start a survival garden when the apocalypse starts you've got a...

Killing What You Eat—Rabbit Dinner

Probably the first animal that you should consider raising to grow your own sustainable food supply. Rabbits produce SIX pounds of meat on the same feed that it takes for a...

Survival Gardening—Organic Gardening

Only using what natures provides in your garden isn't just going to make your food taste better it's going to make it worth a whole lot more to you and your...

Survival Gardening—Part 2: Maximizing Calories

Planting a survival garden takes a whole different approach to horticulture. We're not looking for taste here, we're looking to plant what's going to keep you alive.

Killing What You Eat—Wild Turkey Dinner

There is no turkey like wild turkey, follow Jason as he takes one from field to table.

Jason Ross teaches us how to make Hinge Pins with a Lathe

Jason builds some hinge pins for a gate from scratch and teaches the basics of using a Lathe.

Combat Gardening: Maximize calories in your square foot survival garden

ReadyMan green thumb Jason Ross has spent some serious time over the past several years working on bettering his square foot garden. He teaches the basics and walks through varieties...