Monthly Archives: September 2011

Hatching, Fermenting and Pressing

Here’s the second attempt at chicks with a more reliable electrical supply for the heat lamps.  There’s 10 we hatched in the incubator, and they seem to be doing well so far. I am preserving excess veggies.  We had some … Continue reading

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Surprise!

This is what Tom found yesterday when he was doing the farm chores.  This is the result of the escapade documented in The Eternal Sheep Question from April 29.  Welcome to the world, little lamb.

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Preparing for Winter Eating

So today we got things ready for wintertime feeding.  Tom fixed the hay cart for the dozenth time.  This time it required five welds and some new bolts.  The goats are testing his work quality. We also reconstituted the sheep … Continue reading

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