One day I’ll learn to listen to my dog and stop second guessing him. Yesterday morning, Wally and I were enjoying some leisure time. We had done all of the outside chores, including milking Gwen. We had not put her up though.
I was having a good day. Getting a lot done, including cleaning the house. I was still waiting to hear from the unemployment office to see if I could put my work search audit off until next week. By 3:00 I hadn’t
After I finished milking Gwen this morning, I went down to her round bale in took the tarp off it. As I put the tarp on the ground, I had the brainy idea to flake some of the hay off and haul
I worried that yesterday at MM was going to be hell. It could have been, but luckily the managers looked out for me. When I got in, the prep cooler was all but bare, as were the shelves in the walk-in and
All my seeds have been ordered. Now, make the snow go away!!!!
Since Wally and I were snowed in; well, as snowed in as you can be when you have a farm to take care of, I decided to start a pot of chicken soup. It was one of those “throw everything you can
I guess Rose (our livestock guard dog) decided that she was going to take a snow day night and not do her job as at least one of our guinea fowl fell prey to an owl this morning. I thought I heard
My first experience with rendering lard worked out well. Thank goodness for my good friends, both local and remote, that I can call on for help or information. I was told that grinding the lard before you render it makes it easier