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Drama, Drama, Drama!

Selling our bull, Gentry, is a risk.  While his body conformation isn’t our ideal, he is a walking, breeding, Mike-Tyson-Voice...

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Wrecks and Drug Busts

It’s sometimes mind-boggling just how far-afield farm-related stories stretch.  Almost as mind boggling as the number of hyphenated words we...

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The Right Tool

A couple of years ago we broke down and purchased a new chicken plucker and scalder.  New to us normally...

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Those Cows

With an almost tearful goodbye, we delivered the last of our registered Highlands to their new owner yesterday.We have been...

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Balancing

Here are pictured Andrew and Henry.  The worker and the, well, player.  A twelve year old boy-man truly in-between in...

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Spraying

Wow! Spring is blowing by and thankfully we’re still here. Please accept the picture above as a more figurative, than...

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Precipitation Pigs

Because our piglet business has picked up a bit this year, I determined to find a few more Hereford sows. ...

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Chruble Chicks

More chicken drama?  More chicken drama. Last spring we ordered chickens as usual.  We were to receive 250 every week...

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Cowmouflauge

Lambing is in full swing.  We’ve had nearly thirty lambs so far and we’re trying to learn a bit from...

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Mudpits

Maybe I should be encouraged by this picture.  Afterall, the last ‘tractor in distress’ photo I showed y’all revealed our...

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Baby Pigs

Count if you like, but I promise there are 13.  The 13th is under the pile, trying to stay warm....

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October’s Snow

The origins of this picture go back quite a ways… About four years ago, maybe five, Wright and I met...

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The Easy-er Way

About six years ago our horses escaped. We had them on a friend’s land and they had plenty of room,...

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No Bull? No Bull!

You may remember from my last post – waaaayyy back in September – that our faithful Highland bull, Victor is,...