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Oliver the Potbelly Pig

When I tell people I have a pet pig their eyes go wide and they exclaim, “what! No way!”. Yes I do have a pet pig and his name is Oliver. 822 more words

Snowy Sheep

I can’t get enough of these cuties!  Watching them run around the pasture brings me such joy!  I think I might need to add to the flock in the Spring!  51 more words


Our journey continues.....

by Liane Corocher, Monkerai.
As featured in The Country Web 2017 Annual.

Living the life of a farmer certainly has its highs and lows. I have always thought this was the case through my career within the agricultural sector, but it has only really been in the last 18 months, since I bought a small farm with my husband and four sons, that I truly understand the highs and lows of being a farmer. 843 more words

Rural Women

Artistic Hives!

I have had a fantastic few days, filled with wet paint and creativity.  I have been waiting for so long to make my beekeeper dream come true… the time is actually here! 123 more words


Seven things I love about farm kids

The other night I took my neighbor (he’s a kindergartener) to his hockey practice. I learned a lot in a one-hour car ride to practice, and during the one hour home. 248 more words

Farm Life

Roda's Critter Connection

Our four babydoll lambs have settled in beautifully, on the farm!  They are also much more comfortable with the camera!

Each Monday, grab your camera and join me for my Critter Connection Challenge!  26 more words


a pony stuck in a creek (and other tall tales)

(Flashback to 2010)

So, this all begins with the lost stray dog.

“Shade,” as the kids have named her, lives in the hay room (we have no loft!) in the barn, and twice a day I go down there to let her out, play with her, and try new ways to lock her back up. 1,088 more words

Chattahoochee Hills