July 31, 2018

We've had a rough year. Some simple mistakes, bad luck, and bad decisions have paved the way for some serious losses on the farm. But still, I persist.

The toughest one for me to talk about was three pregnant ewes that we lost. And how surprised I was at how I felt abou...

July 16, 2018

We've have had a spotty history with raising beef.

It was 2010 when we adopted Marlow, our very first steer. He was like a giant great dane, and just as friendly. We castrated him ourselves, so we didn't have a full bull on the property. He would nap with his head in my...

July 12, 2018

We don't do triples very often around here, but sometimes it happens.   Shirley, one of our original sheep really ruined us on triples. She gave us three sets of triples over the years, and until her last lambs, she never had an issue feeding them all.  Her second set...

July 10, 2018

OK, I firmly learned my lesson here. Ducks are a pain. In many ways (I still love them though!).

Last year, we had a batch of ducks that were faithfully trying to sit on eggs. Often, our ducks and turkeys wander off the property to do this, and if we are unaware, some o...

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