When the chaos dies down and you're sick of canned food, what will your long term plan be?

Hello to You On Pasture Farmers and Ranchers!


Posted on April 2nd, by Kathy in Uncategorized. Comments Off on Hello to You On Pasture Farmers and Ranchers!

Hello to You On Pasture Farmers and Ranchers!

Welcome to Zombie Victory Gardens where we’re helping saving the world one garden at a time!

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Here’s the cover of our first issue of “Quick! Plant Something!” Click on it for a free download showing Zombie Apocalypse Farmers as they get ready to plant. They’ll get around to becoming graziers later.

Just like a WWII Victory Garden, a Zombie Victory Garden is a way to be healthy and happy while you survive the apocalypse, in this case, the Zombie Apocalypse.  We’ve put together Gardening Guides in comic book format showing how survivors plant their own gardens in yards, or on patios, decks, and fire escapes.  We’ve got videos to show you how to make meals out of ingredients that never expire, and t-shirts, posters and accessories to brighten your post apocalyptic world.  Oh -and no, we haven’t heard that the zombies are really on their way, but it never hurts to be prepared!

What has this got to do with real farmers and ranchers?  Well, we spend a lot of time with you in our regular lives and you often tell us that city-folk don’t know where their food comes from, and we think they don’t appreciate you like they should.  That’s why we’ve made these great t-shirts.  When we wear them to town, lots of people come up and tell us, “That’s exactly right!  We SHOULD save the farmers first!”  It makes us feel good, and we think it will make you feel good too.

If you need a smile, check out some of our accessories, watch a video, or download the first issue of “Quick! Plant Something!”  Then order your t-shirt or hoodie, and get the appreciation you deserve!

(And for those of you who aren’t farming or ranching to feed your community, here’s a link to On Pasture, where you can read what they read, and see what’s on their plates on a daily basis.)





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