We decided the pigs needed a feed trough of some sort. After gathering some cedar fence pickets and squaring off the dog eared ends with a skill saw. We got out a trim gun and nailed them together. There was no plans or thought put in to it. It was just thrown together. Now from […]
One of the ways we get feed for our animals is to pick up left over produce or what some call compost. There is always all kind of goodies for the animals. We feed this to all of our animals, but do have to be careful depending on what we are giving to which animal. […]
We love our farm, animals, etc., but we also love our music. We gotta say the Block Rocker is really awesome way to get music into off farm or away from the house locations. This thing always makes the chores go faster. We think the animals love it also. Even when having a party or […]
Cleaning pig pens aint always fun, but its gotta get done, but when we take a break to scratch and love on the pigs we enjoy it as much as they do. Also when scratching the pigs and giving belly rubs it gives us a chance to look at them up close for anything out […]
After putting leg bands on our breeding chickens we decided to spend time with the pet chickens. Gotta love these Mottled Houdans with their crested tops and extra toe.
We took the time to move the pigs around and place the older piglets with the rest of the bunch while putting the younger ones with their mom off to a smaller pen. Now everyone is happy. Gotta love those piggies. […]
Checking on the water in the cow trough and the little creatures we have living in it. We have some gold fish for color, trap door snails for algae, and gamboozie fish to eat the mosquito larvae. Gold fish sure add wonderful color and make filling the trough more enjoyable. This way it doesnt fill […]
Turning the compost we think is important, but what maybe real important is how often. Some people turn theirs once a week and some dont turn theirs at all. We think at least once every two months. Sometimes we do it as often as every two weeks. As long as you monitor your compost you […]