Frugal Off Grid
DIY Hay Baler Course
DIY Hay Baler Course
Hi! I'm John. I have lived off grid on my sustainable and frugal homestead for nearly 3 years now. I'm inviting you to join me for a one-on-one experience. It will be just like stopping by my homestead for a step by step break down of my most recent project. In this course I will be showing you how to build a DIY hay baler from scrap or new material. I often talk about food, water and shelter. Growing, harvesting and storing feed for your livestock just makes sense, if you're trying to build a sustainable homestead.
What a cool idea. It looks like it works great. I live in an apartment but just wanted to check out this content on your website. I think it was well worth a 45 minute video.
I'm not even going to build a hay baler but learning how John builds scrap material projects is useful to me. Plus it's really like hanging out with him on his homestead.
It was fun to see this perspective of the homestead.
I am NOT a builder. But I was able to make a hay baler that works! Of course I used grass clippings but it really does work.
In this video, John explains how he comes up with a plan and draws it out for building. Then he shows all the tools and parts needed, along with alternatives, for the project before stepping it through. His process and the steps are clear and easy to follow.
As he steps it through, he explains any hows and whys he sees along the way for some revisions. John is a natural born teacher; anyone with basic hand tool understanding could build this.
The lighting, sound and camera shots all add to the clarity of building the hay baler and will have you thinking about what else you can build after this! Highly recommend this for anyone who can use it. Excellent for FFA, 4H kids and Scouts looking for a project, too.
"John, I've been drinking your tonic for 4-5 days and my blood pressure was 118/73 today!"
- Robin -
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