Pigs can be hard animals to worm or medicate because their strength makes it hard to catch and hold them down. We learned a super simple way to worm them that doesn’t require any of that. In fact it’s so easy that it makes worming the pigs actually fun.
Ever wonder what happens if you get a set of arms for your chickens? Most likely you’ll be buying an apron and bows to dress them up. So then, what happens when you dress a chicken? Well…. THIS happens…….
After spending an entire day, plus a portion of another day digging, we FINALLY FOUND our water line! Because we used pex pipe, the actual installation of the water line took no time at all compared to the the time we spent digging and looking for the water line. One thing for sure, we’re so happy to have water and have that job behind us!
We’re digging to run our water line. Sounds simple,right? Well, it’s not…. because we can’t find our water line! How will we ever find it? You’ll have to watch and see…
It’s another AWESOME day of working in my shed to house. We got some more electrical wiring run, and the most exciting part is we got the cutest porch light ever installed. Isn’t it so cute?
It’s a day that I didn’t think would come so soon… we’re running the wiring for electricity.
Join Miley as she does the chores. She filmed and edited this video by herself. Hope you enjoy.
We built a new pen for our pigs because the shelter in our old pen was getting run down and when ever it rained the pigs would get wet and it would fill with water. Plus, the feeder was out in the open so when it rained the feed in the feeder would get wet. By building part of the pig pen under the shelter, we can put the feeder under there, which will save us a lot of time and frustration later on because the feed will stay dry. Also, the pigs will enjoy it more because they’ll have more room and stay dry when it rains. Happier pigs and happier us!
So this year we weren’t going to get any chicks…until spring fever hit…and we just had to get a few… because, well…when it comes to those cute fluffy chicks, who can resist?
We’re off to a slow start but are now finally getting ready to get electricity to my tiny house.