Every summer, my inlaws plant a little patch of corn. My mother-in-law freezes what they can't eat, and then my father-in-law cuts down the stalks and brings them to our cattle. Bessie (left) and Tilly (right) 8/21/21 They sure do love them!
...enjoying the sunshine.
...the cattle still need fed, watered, and checked on daily. Ted going in to get the cattle to one side of the pasture so he can drive in a big round hay bale without worrying about a cow coming out the gate here The hay is in so now to secure the gate to keep … Continue reading Doesn’t matter how cold it is…
Don't you just hate it when you get everything out to make a recipe and realise that you are missing one can of a cream soup? Right now with the pandemic going on still, running to the store for one ingredient just isn't a good idea...but you can definitely make your own! This is a … Continue reading Condensed Cream of Celery Soup Recipe
The pigs went to the butcher the weekend after Thanksgiving. Those girls were ENORMOUS! We picked up the meat today. Look at how many boxes of pork we got from these two pigs! These are pork chops. If I'd known they were going to be this big, I'd have only put two in a pack! … Continue reading That’s a lot of pork!
We have two blackberry bushes in our front yard. We did have three, but Ted drove over one when we were loading pigs one time, and it snapped the canes off at the ground, never to return (too bad because that was a big blackberry bush!). This summer, one of those two bushes has taken … Continue reading Blackberry cobbler recipe
I'm horrible with posting their pics daily! These chicks have grown a TON in just nine days! They're like little dinosaurs! I cannot believe I didn't take the pics daily. Looking at them day in and day out, it didn't seem like they were growing all that much until I took one out to take … Continue reading Meat chicks, day 9