Babies In The House ~ Keys To Successful Lambing & Kidding

It's 21 degrees this morning at the farm (Monday early morning).  The clouds are hanging low and frost covers our farm.  I am sitting by our wood cook stove warming, along with our new little critter, Princess Nicketti, whom our daughter has renamed "Lil Bean".  She is one of our newborn Nigerian Dwarf dairy goat … Continue reading Babies In The House ~ Keys To Successful Lambing & Kidding

Farm Life Is Always Better With My Husband Helping With The Critters

We have a fairly diversified farm.  As retirees it's pretty nice as my husband can go one way and I can drift off into my own hobbies, all while still being together. My husband Mike tends to spend a lot of his time in his wood shop and milling lumber on his mill. I, on … Continue reading Farm Life Is Always Better With My Husband Helping With The Critters

Anxiously Awaiting Dawn – Story Of A Farm Girl’s Life (Poem)

Anxiously Awaiting Dawn Anxiously I wait in resting Watching the moon as it slowly subsides. Dark the sky is catching A twinkle of the starry night sky. Oh, how I long til morning, To slip on my boots and go outside. The barn oh how it's calling, As dawn breaks and I hear baby cries. … Continue reading Anxiously Awaiting Dawn – Story Of A Farm Girl’s Life (Poem)