Unfortunately, sometimes even the best laid plans do go awry. This is what happens when your plans to artificially inseminate your cow don’t work out.
I have decided over the years that I would raise my pigs on concrete. Raising pigs on pasture works really well for some people, but I have been unsuccessful with it myself. Read on to see why I’ve chosen to raise my pigs on concrete.
Turns out there are a lot of things I wish I knew before getting and butchering pigs. Our first butchering experience was not what we had hoped, but we still plan on raising pigs for butcher again in the future.
Preparing a cow for artificial insemination can be a daunting task. This blog post looks at the basic steps of preparing your cow to be artificially inseminated.
I think having family milk cow is one of the best additions to a homestead. A family milk cow can offer so many benefits to your farm and family. There are so many reasons that it would be hard for me to state them all so I’m going to share my top 6 reason with […]
November’s post talks about how our bees did after the first Minnesota snow storm, our decision and commitment to purchase Galloway cattle, the challenges we are facing with predators and more as I attempt to make this transition from the Military life to a life on a farm.