Happy January from Spellcast Farm. We’ve had somewhat of a difficult month so far. On December 28, I bought three bags of tainted rabbit food and throughout the beginning of January, lost a total of six adult does, one adult buck and
My unemployment hearing is today at 12:30. Until later …
Last night was one of those nights where it felt like I didn’t sleep but a few hours. My mind was going in circles and Rose was doing a lot of barking. She’s been barking a lot the past couple of nights.
I’m, hopefully, back in the rabbit business again. I found out about a man who was getting out of rabbits, and as it turned out, I had dealt with this man in the past and knew his rabbits were well taken care
I was told rabbits were sensitive creatures, but I didn’t really believe it. I believe it now. The other day I was talking to a man who raises New Zealand and California rabbits. He feeds a high end rabbit food (Manna Pro).
The folly at the root of this foolish economy began with the idea that a corporation should be regarded, legally, as “a person.” But the limitless destructiveness of this economy comes about precisely because a corporation is not a person. A corporation,
Gwen is doing well on her new milk schedule. She was on her way up to the milk parlor when I went out at about quarter to six to milk. She’s right at a gallon and a half a milking, which isn’t
Went back out to the rabbit barn and found a dead baby Chin and came back in and saw one of the little babies was dying. Great. I located a woman who feeds her rabbits unconventionally and set a time to talk
As best as I can tell, no dead rabbits this morning! This is the first time in a long time that I haven’t gone out and found dead rabbits in their cages. I preface that statement with “as best as I can
So far, 2012 has been a year wherein I am brought face to face with all of the things that I really need to do but haven’t been doing or done for whatever reason. I have some phobias about things. Taxes are