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August 2020

In March just as the festivals were closing, we began our homesteading journey in earnest on our 2 acre property.  We planted two large gardens and acquired a dozen Partridge Plymouth Rock laying hens.  We learned how to milk goats,

.......and they learned how to let us.

Our Second Blog Entry

February 14, 2020

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Our First Blog Entry

January 15, 2020

Goats are funny.  They will teach you how to have a sense of humor.  They will constantly surprise you and there is no sense in being mad, because, it's a goat.  Separate the nannies and billies and you will still get pregnant nannies.  Escape artists extraordinaire, yet they never go very far.  Some seasons all you get are bucks (no one ever tells you these things).  I have one nanny, a fabulous milker, who loves to be chased.  She will stand calmly in the stall and eat to her content while being milked, she just loves to be chased into doing it, it's a total game for her.  No one tells you these things.  You'll wake up to coyotes howling and run out into the goat pasture in slippers, in the wet, with a flashlight, to check on your babies, you'll pull more horns out of fencing then they have sense, you'll likely bury a baby that didn't make it, or two, but you'll love every minute of it of caring for these little guys.

No one tells you these things.

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