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Category Archives: Goats
Okay, so I didn’t REALLY take a vacation. But it sounds better than saying that most days, I just forgot we had a blog. Oops.
I don’t remember if we posted pictures before of our mud room closet/pantry/feed room. When we still had the Freedom Rangers we usually had several hundred pounds of feed on hand, with the Rangers eating about 25 pounds a day. … Continue reading
Mairzy doats and dozy doats and liddle lamzy divey, A kiddley divey too, wooden shoe? Today I finished fixing the electric fence around the front pen. I mowed, weed-whacked, adjusted the height of the wires, added another wire around the top, … Continue reading
Last night when we came home from church, Bonney was dragging her tie out cable and anchor across the driveway. She had pulled the anchor out of the ground, over, under, or through the electric fence, and across the yard. … Continue reading
While I was feeding the rabbits yesterday, Mr. Nameless decided to pop in. Apparently, the hole in back of the garage is larger than I realized. He really misses Bonney now that she’s living on the other side of the house; maybe … Continue reading
Jeepers and Hattie are very interested in cats.
Since I am now 99.999999999% sure that Jeepers IS pregnant, I have to get her trained to the milk stand. After paying $100 for her, I absolutely refuse to let her eat my grass and not give me her milk. … Continue reading
I am loving my fresh raw milk and I believe everyone should have the right to drink raw milk if they believe it’s healthier than the overly processed liquid sold in stores.
My cloth baby wipes (and the wipes I use to wash Bonney’s udder, too!) are both soaked in the same water mixture. I did a lot of research into what I should wet my baby wipes with. For a long … Continue reading