It’s the longest number of days I’ve ever went milking a goat with out skipping! Normally we do kid sharing so we don’t have to milk every day, but since Nutmeg lost her kids I’ve had to keep milking her to keep her in milk. Has it been difficult? Well, you’ll just have to watch…
What is hypocebrosis and what’s the cure for it? Well…you’ll just have to watch…
We have a new litter of Holland lop bunnies, our other bunnies have grown and are looking cuter than ever, and our goat kids are up and at ’em… there’s lots of cuteness happening on the homestead.
Sweet Pea’s babies arrived and they are so….. well, there’s no words to describe exactly how cute they are so you’ll just need to watch…
Just a little update on the latest happenings around the homestead.
This video is all about goats. We answer some of your questions and talk of a sweet story about Miley and Sweet pea.
We celebrated Valentine’s Day a little early and with that came a cute little surprise! Milking season is beginning earlier than expected. Yay!
The ice storm is still heading our way. We’re as prepared as we can be but not ready for it at all.
There’s a big ice storm predicted for our area so I’m starting to get a plan of action and figure out the best way to prepare.
We finally got our goat corral made. It turned out really nice and the goats seem to like being in there better than the smaller one we had them in. While we were building the corral I started making bone broth to can. We ended the evening working on our bullet journals in hopes of getting our days a little more organized.
Got the usual fall worming and hoof trimming done on the goats. Picked a nice selection of produce from the garden for supper. Why is it that fall produce tastes so much better?