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November 2013

It seems like winter is coming to town on Thanksgiving. Deadly tornadoes raged through the Midwest, and days in Texas become colder than Idaho nights. Under the circumstances, writing about winter survival is easy to understand and comes to help readers prepare facing cold and extreme weather.

Let’s take a look at those useful articles we found for you on survival blogs and websites.

1. 6 Ways to Get Your Chicken Coop Ready For Winter

get chickens ready for winter

“When it starts getting cold, the chickens need a little extra T.L.C. to keep up egg production. Winterizing your coop can help keep the chickens happy, healthy and producing. No matter where you live, you will have to do some winter chores to keep your chickens clucking merrily along.”

Read more on Ready Nutrition.

 

White and brown horseIn a SHTF scenario, your horse can be an invaluable survival tool. He can carry you to safety, haul your provisions, drag logs or injured people, and perform any number of other useful tasks. Horses are naturally creatures of flight though so if you want to use him in a survival situation, you need to train him properly.

Fortunately, training him isn’t a hard job but it will take a bit of time and effort on your part. Throughout the following paragraphs we’re going to discuss how to train your horse for survival if SHTF.

It’ll be fun!

Post apocalyptic city

Fear, when harnessed properly, is an incredible survival tool. When you’re scared, your senses are heightened and your adrenaline is flowing. You’re more sensitive to sights and sounds. You’re a little bit stronger and a little bit faster than you may otherwise be, and these are excellent tools to have. The key is to manage your fear in order to use these tools to your advantage.

Just like every other step to survival, managing your fear is a just a matter of being properly prepared for it. Throughout the following paragraphs, we’re going to discuss ways to defeat your fear when SHTF instead of letting your fear defeat you.

The Downside of Fear

{adinserter usdeception}Survival depends almost entirely upon your mental state: it doesn’t matter how much food you have or how good your weapons supply is if you let your fear paralyze you. In a true SHTF scenario, you’re going to be scared; it’s almost a guarantee. Fear is a natural survival response to a threatening situation, so expect it. The key to survival, though, isn’t going to be who isn’t frightened but rather who manages their fear well enough to think around it.