Tags » Husbandry

Pasture improvement is slow and steady

The sheep are doing a pretty decent job.  As much as we fret about how terrible and sparse our pasture is, right now the sheep cannot eat as fast as new growth comes in, and that’s from all their stompyfoot and grazing and pooping.   102 more words


Life on the farm

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to live on a farm or raise your own food that you know was raised right? I’m one of the lucky ones. 173 more words

Don't Beg, Just Dig

How about a little Matthew Henry to start off the week?

The following is commentary based on Proverbs 13:23.

See… a small estate may be improved by industry… 228 more words

Life Lessons

I had to be broken so I could meet you

It couldn’t have happened any other way.
My heart had to be splintered, smashed, just short of shattering completely.
I had to fly low and…

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Radishes 102...

(This post is a continuation of my earlier post ‘Radishes 101…’, which can be accessed quickly from the drop down menu above.)

The radish roots I put out front, late last fall to go to seed this spring have done so, and my husband pointed out it would be good idea to show all the stages of seed production and processing. 350 more words


Liquid Gold… Millions attest to a miracle cure

Miracle cure-all! Saves millions of lives every year! Drink this life-giving, fulfilling, natural, nourishing to guarantee health.

What’s the catch? It’s seasonally available and even then, supply is limited. 465 more words