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Monthly Archives: November 2008
This morning I showed Olivia how to roast pie pumpkins in the oven and then peel off the skins. Tomorrow we’ll put the pumpkin through the food mill and bake pies for our family gathering at my aunt & uncle’s … Continue reading
Grain wagon still life This time, the story has a happy ending! We got Ava back this morning. She’d been found a few miles southwest of here and brought into the vet clinic. My brother works there and called first … Continue reading
Sadness has hung like a cloud over Sugar Creek Farm this weekend – our Ava has been missing since Friday morning. Ike somehow escaped the backyard fence Friday morning and took off on a walk around the neighborhood, as he … Continue reading
Not only have the calves been weaned, but so have the piglets. Rafe gave them some apples on Sunday, but it took a bit for them to figure out what to do with them. 1 year ago: You just never … Continue reading
Calf weaning for 2008 is done! I wanted to give our beef customers a quick update. Some of you usually get your quarters in the spring. Our newsletter earlier this year indicated that we would have a limited amount of … Continue reading
Matt’s been busy hauling manure lately, I don’t know how many loads but I think several dozen like this. Because our manure spreader is so old, it doesn’t spread things as fine as some of the new-fangled ones. Spreading after … Continue reading