When the blessings flow, ain’t it just right not to clog up the pipe? I mean, the whole idea of “flowing” signifies blessings starting at the Head, running through wherever you are planted, and then beyond you to other parts both hither and yon. At least that’s how it’s supposed to be, methinks. Follow the […]
Alderman Farms is brimming with anticipation as we await the arrival of our newest addition – more pigs! A couple of years ago we tested our ability to raise pigs on pasture, and we pleased with the results. Now we are ready to become permanent “people of the pigs.” We’ve chosen a breed, located stock, […]
Having a very large brooder is a great way to raise large numbers of chicks, but even so, there comes a time when they outgrow their space. So, nothing left to do but repurpose another space, large enough to allow them to continue to grow until it’s time for them to run on the range. […]
What better way to spend a Friday evening than watching serious cyclists going all out around a two or three block area downtown? Every April the “Mississippi Gran Prix” brings such cyclists from all over to our fair city to compete in various types of races, and these folks are serious, and they are incredible […]
What a privilege we have as parents and grandparents! And what a responsibility! Can you think of a better way to spend two hours on a Sunday afternoon than following behind a 16-month old Farmer-in-Training? I can’t, and there are a few thoughts I’d like to share with you, after the jump.
Got slack in that old fence? Fear not – no need to replace it…who’s got money for that???? If you’ve got time and a pair of pliers, the remedy is as close as the end of your arm. After the jump, you’ll find a video demonstrating this simple technique that works on more fence types […]