For eight years we have been plagued by mediocre to horrible rural internet. No longer! Starlink FTW!
A local caterer turns our sheep into amazing culinary dishes.
We added goats to the menagerie.
Set up swarm traps for the odd chance of expanding your apiary.
An old frame made new again.
Days and days of rain. Tree down in the south pasture. (Missed everything! Woot!) Pond overflowing; spillway spillin'. Half the fence is shorted out. Ground a soggy mess. ... Rain then sleet then snow.
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You should see the other guy!
Over the past few years, a design emerged for a relatively simple and effective electrified fence gate. Turns out, it works well for the driveway too. Check it out.
Our farm—like every farm—is slam full of animals, both domestic and feral. Recently, we have alerted a few of the more nuisancy critters that they need to relocate. Alas, they don't tend to listen . . .
#Cutenessoverload has commenced in earnest. Or as we like to say, Lambwatch! For the next month, about 20 ewes (sheep mothers) will be giving birth. It is a month of no sleep and emergency interventions. And lots and lots of cute!
As diverse as our food _seems_ to have become, in most respects our food choices have become far poorer, blander, and devoid of variety when compared to what was available in the past.