Category Archives: Farm Animals

Coming Home

Beulah is our first milk cow here in Alabama. My Daddy has been milking her for years. In fact, we milked her mother and raised Beulah as a baby calf. Interestingly, Beulah has come back home; her mother, Buttermilk, was originally … Continue reading

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Chicken Dragster!

The quest for a perfect chicken tractor, or floor-less, portable field shelter is a hard one. Depending on how many broilers you might raise, which breed, and how much land you’ve got are just the beginning of the requirements. When … Continue reading

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Robbin’ Honey!

   Once the fourth of July has past, it’s time to rob honey! It’s taken me some time to finally put this post together, but we finally extracted the honey from our hard working bees back in August.    We … Continue reading

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Future Jersey Milker

Just the other day, we had another future Jersey milker born…and a very cute one at that! Most Jersey cows do not have many, if any, white markings, but this little critter certainly has a lot of them… Our current … Continue reading

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Chore-time with Mama

One early morning, when I didn’t want to sleep very long and wanted to rather pester Mama instead of letting her get a little work done before the day really got started, she just set me in the little stroller … Continue reading

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Honey Bee Swarm!

Honeybees are among the most amazing miracles of a working farm. Cows eating a sunshine driven, regenerative food like grass and making such delicious milk, or pigs eating the scraps and left-overs from the whole farm and turning it into … Continue reading

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Baby Farm Animals ~ Bunnies!

Springtime on our farm means lot of new baby animals.  One of my favorites is the wee little bunnies that are born to our mama rabbits.  First, they are so tiny and don’t have their eyes or ears open yet. … Continue reading

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