We started our farm when the girls were young teenagers. They spent hours in the chicken coop with the new chicks, cooing to and naming them. Tempers would flare and they would take their own time out among the soft chirping and fresh straw. My youngest daughter and I (along with dad and Reed) have … More Farm Heroes and the New Chicken Yard, Greenhouse, and Shed.
Hello March, it’s nice to see you. January and February can be the very hardest time of the year for farmgirls. We have our gardens, our farms, our animals, our preserving, our home making, our crafting in the fall in anticipation for the holidays, we have our cooking, and our entertaining, and our pleasant fatigue. … More Farmgirl Inspiration
Our little snow globe over here is thick with fog and freezing drizzle this morning. Hopefully it will burn off soon. We have a very large space of pasture that we are fencing in. It has five rows of barbed wire around it, it just needs to be sectioned off from the rest of the … More Farm Days (goats, sheep, chickens, ducks, and trucks)
Our alpaca venture failed miserably, with a great financial loss, and two stubborn alpacas now working as lawn mowers somewhere in Limon. I had to give them away. I do love our chickens. I adore the ducks. I love goats. I am smitten. Our adventure started badly enough, a doe that wouldn’t come near us, … More Goats 101 (becoming a goat herder)