My kids love to be included in the garden, but it usually has to be on their terms. If I were to announce a family weeding session not only would they run and hide as fast as they could, but they would probably end up weeding the wrong plants because they are so young. Some […]
After you breed your goat, you will need to dry her off 6-8 weeks before she has her babies. This gives her a chance to rest and regain nutritional stores. Plus, this gives you a break from milking, and can be an excellent time to plan a vacation. (Just saying. Finding relief milkers can be […]
Unless you are keeping goats as strictly pets eventually there will come a day when you find yourself breeding goats. Unfortunately for me it looks like my goat Snow White did not take when she was bred, is NOT pregnant, and needs to be bred again. Doubly unfortunately for me is I’m having a hard […]
Summer can be a dangerous time for rabbits. They don’t handle heat very well. Fortunately getting prepared now means that your bunnies can be comfortable when warm weather hits.
There are a lot of reasons to love dandelions, despite the fact they often get a bad reputation. They are one of my favorite signs of spring and I really look forward to their pretty yellow flowers dotting my lawn. My kids can’t wait to make wishes as they blow the seed pods. Dandelions aren’t […]
Crustless quiche is an easy springtime dinner that can be prepared with fresh ingredients from the garden. Use up your extra eggs in this yummy recipe. It can be made without the hassle of making a pie crust, and only takes a few minutes to prep.