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Adopting The Natives

We have visitors, usually at night but occasionally through the day also. I know because when seen or heard Bonnie screams and dances around like a mad woman. 184 more words

The Humpy

Artwork by Donna Whitmore Tuten

It is my pleasure to share the lovely artwork of a good friend and talented artist, Donna Whitmore Tuten.  The first group of paintings features the beloved animals of Green Hill Farm–past and present, and the second group is a small sampling of Donna’s work.   320 more words

Reflections On Farm Life

Got Milk?

In our last post about our cows With A Moo, Moo Here And A Moo, Moo There, we said, and i quote, “We hope to start milking Angelica in the next week or so (you have to wait until all of the Colostrum has come through) and we will let you know how that goes. 564 more words

The Chef And The Waitress

Flat Aggie: All About Farm Animals

With each Flat Aggie report, I’ll be putting together a list additional resources, websites, recipes, books, and activities.  Use this with Flat Aggie’s report from Colby Community College… 297 more words

Ag In The Classroom

On to the next...

So all the files have been sent in for review for Woodland Rhymes and I’m already getting excited to begin the next book! It will take place on a farm and will star 8 characters this time. 22 more words

Three wise men

Wool caps pulled down tight.
Weathered storms crowned three sheep wise.
Resilience, their gift.

Haiku