Ruffled Feathers and Spilled Milk

Farming with ducks and dairy goats, chickens and children.

Which is better….

…when you write a post for your blog…or when your friends simply hand you the material to write a post for your blog? I think we all know the answer to that one. The following text was written by me.  But the photos were provided by Lisa and Brook.  Because I don’t get off the […]

Out With The Old And In With The New.

The time is finally here. The spring crops, like the lettuce and snap peas, have slowed to being harvested a handful at a time.  And the summer crops, like  zucchini and squash, need a basket to be carried up. The pansies are drooping next to the wild abandon of the petunias…. ….and cowering at the […]

Lawn Mowers.

Well, I cannot tell a lie.  The potatoes did it.  The potatoes broke Cheap and Reliable.  Two years ago we purchased Cheap and Reliable when I had several (meaning multiple, many, perhaps weekly) fits about the lawn tractor always breaking down, resulting in the lawn never getting mowed, and insisted on a lawn mower.  I […]

Mother’s Day.

Well, some of us put in the hours on Mother’s Day.  Not me.  But some of us. Cookie Dough hatched out her ducklings. Which is a good thing.  Because we were almost out of hay.  And we couldn’t bring in new hay until somebody got her nest out of the last remaining hay roll.  Which […]

What’s Up?

I ran into a friend at the kids’ school. “Hey,”  she said, “What’s up?” Well, the chicks in the incubator hatched.

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