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New Friends!

Apr
2

Precious, studying her new friend!
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What IS IT?
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She got up to check!
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Sniffed it from behind.
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Asked it to play!
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Here’s a little video showing what happened next!



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Mama Maia!

Mar
30

Look what I found in the goat yard this weekend!
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See it? Here’s a better look!
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It’s a baby girl! But who’s the mama? Is it…you?
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Or you?
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Or you?
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WHO?
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Aha!
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“I did it. Was I good?”
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Maia is a mommy!!!!!

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    March 25, 2015 - The Last of the Hay

    Somebody needs to pick up sticks.

    Because somebody’s going to be mowing again soon. The grass is growing! And just in time. Yesterday evening I got the last of the round bales moved.

    A couple bales went to the horses, and one bale to the cows.

    Another bale was left in … Continued…

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    March 20, 2015 - A Bonding Moment

    Goat Burger reached out to Chloe yesterday to share a special moment.

    The love betwixt guardian dog and goat is a beautiful thing.

    Chloe: “I love you, too, Goat Burger.”

    “I would never have named you Goat Burger. I would have named you Snuggle Sausage.”… Continued…

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    March 19, 2015 - Waiting for Babies

    The goats are expecting.

    Mostly, I think they are just expecting their supper, but I’m expecting babies. I believe all but two of the girls are bred.

    This one.

    This one.

    This one. (Jane, sticking her tongue out at me.)

    And this one!… Continued…

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    March 13, 2015 - Puppy Meets World

    We’ve had a fantastic and fast weather turnaround here, with temperatures in the 60s! Precious the puppy has been inside all winter, since she arrived, but it was time for her to come outside and discover that she lives on a farm!

    Or at least see it from the front porch.

    She looked and looked!… Continued…

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    February 18, 2015 - Frosted Morning, with Animals

    It’s 13 degrees here at the moment. The next few nights are forecast for sub-zero. Snow is expected to start again sometime this morning. I was out doing chores early, before the flakes start falling.

    Food to the dogs and cats. Feed and hay to the goats. A big bucket of grain to the cows. I moved the cows all the way into the back barnyard to give them access … Continued…

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    February 12, 2015 - The Long-Awaited Chicken Yard

    I’ve had the chickens in the house for a few months now, but there was no chicken yard–because up till then, the farm was their yard. But they kept roosting on the deck and the porches, and it just wasn’t pretty. And I’m planning to plant a vegetable garden in the spring. I want my tomatoes for myself, not the chickens! So. The yard has been under construction off and … Continued…

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