Monthly Archives: August 2009

Helpful

I mentioned in my last post that the almost-12-year-old middle daughter is the resident worrier around here. She’s also especially helpful when we work cattle. Her job is to wait for a calf or cow to enter the chute… with … Continue reading

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Watchin' out for me

The hens are getting a little too free-rangey with their free-ranginess & have taken to helping themselves to the brooder chicks’ buffet It’s good to know my middle daughter is watching out for me. This morning I went out to … Continue reading

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Stock up!

Stock? Get it? It’s that time of year, time to start thinking about stocking up for winter. Buying “on-the-hoof” is the least expensive way to fill your freezer with delicious naturally-raised meats. Here’s what we still have available for your … Continue reading

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Fair 2009

Another year of fair, over and gone already. It was a fun one! Beautiful weather, and with only pigs there to chore this year (no horse or cattle like last year), it was a lot less tiring. Both girls had … Continue reading

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