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"It was a cold wintry day when I brought my children to live in rural West Virginia. The farmhouse was one hundred years old, there was already snow on the ground, and the heat was sparse-—as was the insulation. The floors weren’t even, either. My then-twelve-year-old son walked in the door and said, “You’ve brought us to this slanted little house to die." Keep reading our story....
- I figured everyone of us thought it was the new MMIO. Glory Bee looks scared of him. Remember she had no choice.... - holstein woman on The New Mister
- Our lambs keep sneaking out too and one of the little boogers likes chasing the chickens....soon they will be too big to get through the squares in the fence though and I will miss it!... - SpinnersEndFarm on Back Up and Out
- Goats in the Yard is a cute name too....... - dropofkim on Back Up and Out
- I feel like I just hit the jack pot! I was diagnosed with gestational diabetes, so I can no longer eat starchy foods and can only have a certain amount of carbs in a day. With these recipes (sans corn... - scrotumdestroyer on How to Make Homemade Hamburger Helper
- That is one handsome bull. Glory Bee has a good looking date.... - lattelady on The New Mister
Maybe a watchdog camera would be fun to see how they "escape" animal are so smart.... - Joell on Back Up and Out
- He's a handsome fella! :moo:... - cabynfevr on The New Mister
- Years ago I had a goat named Goldie. She was part Nubian and part Tog, so was pretty good sized,with full horns that she didn't mind using to poke anyone with if she was being ornery. One day I had a ... - mamaderis on Back Up and Out
- I saw "The New Mister" and immediately thought MMIO! Okay so really just the bovine New Mister.
You got me, Suzanne! :lol:... - GA_in_GA on The New Mister
- You are too funny Sharon! hehe, giggle-giggle, I'm blushing here :bugeyed:... - jamitysmom on The New Mister
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