I always imagined that pigs would eat anything that you’d give them. Well, I don’t know about other pigs, but our Porkchop is one picky eater!!
I was so thankful that my kids got to watch the entire process of a chick hatching from its shell! How exciting!
Here’s a surprising way that farmers used to worm their pigs without the use of manufactured drugs!
Use this simple method to get a sneak peak at what’s inside that egg!
When the whole flock starts going nuts, we know that a hen is laying. Now, if we can only find where she’s hiding her eggs!
We totally should have gotten an oral de-wormer instead of the injectable kind!! Fun, fun.
Ever wonder why you would need an incubator if the hen will sit on her eggs anyways? Here are two good reasons you may not have thought of!
I think we have successfully penned the pig!
Free ranging your animals is great… but at times, it’s the picture of chaos!
I’m afraid I have some tough questions to face…
Totally kicking myself for not following the basic rules of bringing home a new goat!
Last weekend we were teased with a taste of Spring. The kids and I enjoyed hanging out with the animals for a while!
Here it is… the most important piece of advice I can give to those of you who are new to homesteading!!
…I pressed on the bottom of one hoof to feel for any rot. Sure enough, it was soft in the middle. “Oh no!” I thought, “Poor thing, she does have hoof rot! Now what do I do?” I called my friend for some much needed advice!
Hay or Straw? Can you tell what this is? If not, then this post is for you!
These guys crack me up!