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Week 10 Mar.11 - Mar.17

Another exciting start to the week with a new mule born on Monday evening. A dark bay thoroughbred john mule out of Clyde’s Gallant Fox. 377 more words


The timing of biological events in a changing world

Because we live on a spinning sphere that is tilted with respect to the sun, nearly all environments experience some degree of seasonality. That is, local weather conditions change from day-to-day, week-to-week, and month-to-month to create what we consider the four seasons (winter, spring, summer, fall). 1,091 more words

Climate Change

First Baby of the Year

March 5th marks the date of the first foal born at the horse barn this year. Of course he is as adorable as can be, and it makes me so excited for the barn to soon be filled with new babies! 


OMG Somebody Goofed

October 27, 2017

Every now and then I see advertising that is funny, clever or even crazy. This week someone sent my wife a sample of pens to pass out for her business. 159 more words

October 2017

Antarctic Catastrophe As Only Two Adélie Penguin Chicks Survive Breeding Season

In what conservationists are calling a “catastrophic breeding failure,” French scientists, studying a colony of Adélie penguins since 2010 announced only two chicks survived the 2017 breeding season. 319 more words

Climate Change

Breeding Season Starts

October 1 – breeding season starts. Count 148 days more or less and there will be lambs. I know where I’ll be February 26. Farm Club came to help sort sheep. 308 more words

Summer storms

For the seabirds in the Firth of Forth, June 2017 has been a shocking month. Reported as being the wettest June on record in parts of Fife, the impact of all that rain was very evident when we made our first trip over to the Bass on the 19th June. 396 more words