Long time update.

So it’s been over a year since I last posted. A lot has gone on so itll take a bit to fully update.

But the biggest change. Was our newest addition to the family.

James J. Was born in April of this year. Making us a family of 4.

We also had kidding season again this year. Giving us 2 new doelings to breed. And 3 bucklings. Sold 2 bucklings they went to a new home together. Kept the 3rd little buckling as a pet for our oldest son. As he fell in love with the little guy.

Then we had our first calving on the farm. Our heifer had a nice size bull calf.

We have fox problems this year which has taken out a lot of my birds. The few remaining I had to put into chicken tractors to keep them safe till we get rid of the fox issue.

We still have our pigs and had a litter of piglets. That I am raising to sell as butcher hogs.

Also have our 2 large gardens.

And have decided to start raising guinea birds. Not only are they beautiful but they are guard birds to help alert when there are predators.

My hubby also started a YouTube channel as well you should check it out.

Watch “Weekend warrior outdoors” on YouTube

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCx8H7nkP7PdrmqK3wJ8dA9A

It’s about hunting, fishing, metal detecting and anything that’s an adventure. His moto “take a kid on an outdoor adventure”. As every adventure our oldest son is along and enjoying each moment. And once our youngest is able he’ll be going on the adventures also.

So my blog will not only be about my ramblings on the farm, but also posts on our YouTube channel.

Stay tuned.

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Baby goat and cocoa. 

Never a dull moment.

This video cracks me up everyone I watch it. Our dog cocoa was a bit unsure of the baby goat. She did her best not to let the baby touch her. 

She wasn’t to keen on me letting the little goats inside. Ha! Totally intruding on her turf. The goat in the video was one from the kidding this spring. I sold him to a nice family.