Having the infrastructure in place to thrive in a grid down society.
Food Plot Survival is a concept of wildlife conservation and self preservation. Growing crops that will help feed the wildlife in lean winter months while at the same time can provide food and sustenance for me and mine should the need arise.
Step 2: Start by finding the center of the barrels perpendicular to the bung holes and plastic barrel mold line.
Step 3: Once the center is found on both the top & bottom of the barrel use duct tape for an easy saw line.
Step 4: Using an old board & eye bolts, strap the barrel down securely. This makes cutting the barrel much safer.
Step 8: Before the frame can be made, the lip on the top of the barrel must be cut to accept the width of a 2x4.
Step 11: Up until this point this project is very similiar to my Top Bar Barrel Bee Hive.
Step 13: Once the skids are built, attach them to the sides of the frame. Next comes the support pieces to stiffen the entire frame.
Step 14: At this point the frame is finished as it is now time to start on the inside of the barrel.
Step 15: Divide the interior of the barrel into 3 equal spaces.
The worms can easily crawl from one section to another while the compost and castings stay where they're suppose to.
Step 16: Attach a 2x4 to the top of the frame. This will be used to install hinges for the top.
Installing hinges on the 2x4 will give the bin an opening for air circulation yet keep it dry when it rains.