This morning I found Smiley standing in her pen, something obviously terribly wrong.
After calculating our expenses, and adding up how much milk we get per week, see if it has been worth it for us to have our own milking goats…
More mistakes and lessons learned.
It’s been almost two weeks since we got our first dairy goats, and I’ve learned a few tricks along the way!
It’s taking some practice, but I’m definitely getting the hang of it! Now, if only I can get the goat to cooperate!!
I’m so excited! We finally bought some dairy goats, ready to milk!!
I finally got to taste fresh goat’s milk. Wanna know what I think??
Do you know the difference between a gilt and a sow? How about a boar and a barrow? Don’t feel bad, I didn’t either! This post is for you…
Well, did she stay or did she go?
See who is gone, and why.
Here’s a good tip on treating your goats naturally.
You’d think that raising your own hogs for meat would be cheaper than buying pork from the store, but actually there are several factors to keep in mind when figuring whether or not it is a good investment to make.
There comes a time when you just have to admit that you are in over your head, stop what you are doing, and appreciate the lesson you learned from it!
Why baby chicks die. Sadly, all of ours did.
If you have laying hens, you need a nesting box!
Just not sure this one’s gonna make it.