Last year because of the weather, hay became hard to find around here. We were sweating during January, worried we wouldn't be able to feed our herd. We have just a hair under 50 acres, but it's almost all wooded so not good for hay making (perfect for pigs though!).This year, we are bound and … Continue reading Next to last load
Hoo boy, are they here! It's 90F but feels like 98F today!
THIS. IS. DA. BOMB!!! Dump all this in the Instapot (chop the veggies, pasta goes in uncooked, and boneless skinless chicken breasts go in frozen - could it be any easier???). You don't have to be exact. If you like more carrots, add them. More onion? Add it! Watching your sodium? Cut the salt or … Continue reading Instapot Chicken Noodle Soup
I broke my toe Wednesday night (banged into a gate being my usual klutzy self and an xray confirmed it Thursday - I'll spare you from looking at my swollen little purple and green toe - you're welcome). Now I have to sit with my feet propped up for a few days, and I. Am. … Continue reading Smidge is the queen
Well, Bessie is nothing if not dramatic this time around at the end of her pregnancy! After all of that worry on Friday evening and all of the treatment for the milk fever, guess what we found on Sunday morning??? This beautiful boy was born! The vet even checked her Friday night while she was … Continue reading Beautiful boy
We just walked in the door (11pm). We've been at the barn since 5:30. Bessie is down. We called for an emergency vet visit - she has milk fever. She seems like she will pull through: she's alert, eating, and drinking. She just can't get up. If Ted hadn't caught it though...she'd have been gone … Continue reading Milk fever!!!
Daisy obviously missed me. She's been on my lap since we got home from Chicago. If I sit down, she's on my lap. If I get up, she keeps me in sight, following me from room to room. When I sit down again, she's back on my lap. I am loved.