A pine tree that had been cut down….then dragged into the goat yard before being taken back out and to the burn pile. Goats love that! And make quick work of it.
I think they’re all bred! Good job, Bradley.
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- August 17, 2015 - Canning Palooza
Tomato sauce, salsa, spicy tomato juice, corn cob jelly, and pickles! It was a busy weekend! The food strainer got a workout.
- August 12, 2015 - Tomato Mode
Guess what I’m doing this week?
- August 10, 2015 - Behind
I’m as behind as Glory Bee’s bee-hind. Between workshops on both Saturday and Sunday this weekend, I had 20 people at the farm. It was a really great weekend, but I’m a little slow startin’ today!
- August 7, 2015 - Good-uh Than Other Cheeses
My latest Gouda, all waxed up and ready to age. (When I wax cheese, I write the type of cheese and the date it was waxed on a piece of paper then on the last dip in the wax, dip it onto the cheese. Handier than sticky notes that fall off.)
A friend of mine called while I was making it and I told her I …
- August 6, 2015 - Solving the Problem
I’m obsessing over the culvert pipes. We’re having the pipes excavated soon to address this problem, and hopefully keep it from re-occurring. When I’m not obsessing over pipe plans, I’m getting ready for this weekend. I’ll have 20 people altogether over two separate workshop days on Saturday and Sunday. The number of workshops I’m giving this year is mind-boggling, and I learn something …
- August 4, 2015 - The Supervisor at Work
He’s very important! And dedicated! He doesn’t even sit down on the job!