A great peek into your morning duties "Down on the Farm"! Enjoyed the photo essay!!...debbie
Hi Ang. It's great to see you working together as a family, it's a great way to teach and learn. I'm loving seeing the changes you're making at your farm and the success you're having with your courses and spreading the Nourishing Traditions message. I send my best to you and your family.
Hi Mrs. Kuncaitis!Thank you for sharing your barnchores in pictures:) We do many of the same things each morning/night (though we milk all of our dairy animals by machine...). It's all very time consuming, but animals are a great family project and we love them!!! ...we're off to get 9 hogs tomorrow...can't wait! Seeing the hogs in your picture, made me even more excited. My family and I would still love to meet your family, and I can't wait to meet your oldest daughter - she seems like a kindred spirit to me! Hopefully something will work out soon~~Jenna
Angie, Your morning looks like our morning as well! Only we do the machine also. My hands couldn't take the milking (bummer). One question though. ARE YOU BARE LEGGED IN THAT PICTURE??? I mean, aren't you way up there in the frozen North??? What a woman you are!!!! Now down here in Georgia, yes, we are bare legged....but WOW! That impresses me even more than no electricity! :) I'm enjoying your blog! Blessings!Linda in GA
Your cow looks like she has mastitis...
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