Category: farm life

Johnny boy is never shy.

Johnny boy is never shy.

Hey! I haven’t updated in a while, but y…

Hey! I haven’t updated in a while, but yesterday I got to go hang out with the goatlings for a bit. I’m so happy that they are filling out so well. I keep thinking about how Johnny was so close to death and how I had to nurse him back to health.
But now his muscles are filling out and his little beard is coming in!
It’s possible we could have babies by fall at this rate.

Too pretty to care!

Too pretty to care!

John John, why are you so handsome?

John John, why are you so handsome?

One year ago today I went and picked up this s…

One year ago today I went and picked up this small little white fluff ball of a puppy to be my big goat protector. We’ve been through a lot together this past year; selling, deaths, fence hoping, but most importantly births and sunny days. Bonnie, you are ornrey, brave, kind, and goofy, and I love you! Happy 1 year adoption day!

Someone doesn’t know how to pose.

Someone doesn’t know how to pose.

Over a dozen a day right now! We got 38 just t…

Over a dozen a day right now! We got 38 just the other day!

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Sorry if it feels like I literally post the sa…

Sorry if it feels like I literally post the same pictures all the time..
Johnny had his tail up and was very happy and active today. Makes me happy too!
Just looking at these pictures gives me hope that, despite being stunted from cocci, he will be okay.

What’s Right Isn’t Always Easy…RIP Hank

What’s Right Isn’t Always Easy…RIP Hank

    When you live on a farm or homestead especially with animals you have good days and bad days.  Thankfully, we have mostly good days here which I really attribute to quality feed, care, and attentiveness.  But, bad days do creep in and today was a really bad day.  Today, I had to say goodbye to my gander Hank.                A little more than a year ago I was was anxiously waiting for the…

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