Good schooling sheep

Good schooling sheep are worth their weight in gold.  My history with sheep didn’t start out so well.  Several years ago now, I sold the seven goat kids I bought from Wally and put that money into four “dog-broke” ewes from a

News Bulletin!

All the cows in the United States are going to die tomorrow … Can you imagine?  What would people do?  Likely climb into their cars and race to grocery stores to buy all the milk and beef that is on the shelves. 

Gel and Fern have a job

Got a call from a neighbor this morning.  It seems they are having a problem with their peacocks wandering and need help rounding them up.  The neighbor was wondering if my dogs would herd peacocks.  “They sure will,” I told them.  These

Rainy evening

It was raining when I got out of work and I couldn’t find my umbrella.  Great.  Walked to my car and got quite wet.  After the drought in 2007, I vowed to never complain about the rain again.  The radar looked like

Major Cool Down!

WOW!  It’s almost 4:00 PM and only 70 degrees!  It’s been a long time since it’s been that cool in the afternoon.  Unfortunately, it is raining.  Hopefully it will stop by the time I get home because I want to put those


How nice it is to finally be interested in training again.  I did bring up a set of 2×2 weave poles and a single jump up near the house and worked Fern for a while this morning.  Oh, the holes in my

Got milk?

Think you are doing the right thing by drinking skim or low-fat milk?  How about organic milk?  Read  the newest article in the author’s series on Chronic Illness Industries.  If you are anything like me, you’ll be wondering where you can go


I actually got some training in today!  Between using Gel to catch up goats and sheep to worm, then working Fern on both sheep and goats, then I set up a short sequence of three jumps to the A-Frame.  She did very