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PVC Chicken Tractor

Do you need a chicken tractor that’s light-weight, inexpensive, and easy to disassemble and reassemble?  Have you always dreamed ofView full post »

Barn Building, The Roof Begins

In many ways, roofing was the most difficult task.  It was hot in the summer of 2010 and roofing in the midst of Georgia’s summerView full post »

Barn Building, Siding

Siding installation is tedious but rewarding work. Here is a pictorial post showing our progress while we were barn building in the middleView full post »

Barn Building, The Stall Saver

Elrod, our trusty buck, could not wait for the stall to be finished.  The loft was already providing lovely deep shade and we things wereView full post »

Barn Building, The Base & Loft

Back in July of 2010, I wrote about the barn that we were building for our horse and goats.  Life was very busy in those days.  We workedView full post »

Kill Them With Kindness: How to Make and Use a Killing Cone

Most people choose not to think about how the chicken, turkey, goose, or other winged creature spent its last moments on this earthView full post »

Slow Feeding: The Revolution

When we read about the “Slow Feeding Movement,” we had one of those hand-thunking-against-head moments.  Somewhere deepView full post »

An Ever-Shrinking World

Those lazy days of summer simply don’t exist for us.  Our world becomes increasingly smaller as summer progresses.  The days beginView full post »

Giddy Goat

Our buck has a thing for undressing people.  Okay, maybe undressing us is not the goal… but he’s completely utterlyView full post »

Riding the Fi-Shock Wave & Goat Milk Soap Giveaway

This is a Sponsored Post written by me on behalf of Fi-Shock. All opinions are 100% mine. When outfitting a cowboy, we think of Wrangler.View full post »

Going Green: Lawn Care Alternatives

This year, we made a personal goal to reduce the amount of gas we use for lawn care.  We decided to officially retire myView full post »

Twin Goats Born!

Meet Sydney and Boston, our brand new baby goats. These were not impulse buys — they were born right here in our very own goat shed.View full post »

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