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    rachels.haven's Journal

    That is just messed up.
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    Senile Texas Aggie - comic relief for the rest of you

    On the road washout, like @Bruce, I would suggest raising the road and placing culverts under it. I would also line the sides of the road with bags of cement to check erosion.
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    CntryBoy777 - The Lazy A** Acres Adventures

    I think both Centigrade and Fahrenheit are both wrong. Zero should be freezing, then go up or down from there.
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    A NEW DIRECTION FOR THE OLD RAM

    What a nice lamb! I hope the rest of them are that nice too!
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    This is the tale of an "old" sheep man and his dogs.

    I know you are relieved to have Tina back in good health. We get our hearts wrapped around our dogs.
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    Mystang's Homesteading Circus

    Well I guess somebody has to buy new stuff so I can reclaim it later. :lol:
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    rachels.haven's Journal

    I like the black copper marans, but have not had any. Wyandottes I have had in several colors and I like them also. I have had sex links and they are laying machines. Now I have Easter Eggers, Cream Legbar, and Welsummer.
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    Farmerjan's journal - Weather

    That is good news on the house. That is kinda like the way we sold our old house. It was a handshake deal, no realtor, no earnest money, just a verbal agreement. On the re-plumbing the place, have you considered pex plumbing? We had our old house re-plumbed with it after an old galvanized pipe...
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    B&B Happy Goats....journal

    Berkshire are supposed to have fat marbling throughout the meat. The first feeder pigs we raised were Large Black and Berkshire cross. There is a Berkshire breeder a couple of counties away, but the prices on them are HIGH! If you got these at a reasonable price, count yourself fortunate! If you...
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    Teresa & Mike CHS - Our journal

    I have my first zucchini on the vine. I still have golden patty pan squash to plant. We had a late frost too. We have had so much going on, the garden slid to the back burner. It's back on the front line now! LOL
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    rachels.haven's Journal

    I have been on a quest for that just right chicken breed. I hate mean roosters, the latest is in the freezer. I have heard many good things about White Rocks, good layers, CALM roosters and big brown eggs. I’m thinking that will be my next breed. They are white-boring. I really like the flashy...
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    Mystang's Homesteading Circus

    Good work! Wait, you mean there is metal roof material that doesn’t already have holes in it? Whaaaat??
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    High Desert Cowboy- Life on the old California Trail

    Donating bellwether to the Navajo reservation would be a generous thing to do. Their predicament even made national news.
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    Feelin' a bit sheepish...

    What beautiful pasture and sheep. I am so happy for you Bee. This is what you have been wanting for a long time. On the coyote activity, can you put the Sheep in a night pen until the dogs get a little older?
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    Coffee anyone ?

    No working in the garden today, it’s too wet. More rain coming tonight, I’ll sure take it!
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    Thistleblooms Rambles

    What? No pictures of the "Walk of Fame?"
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    Coffee anyone ?

    Thanks for the coffee. It’s 66 degrees this morning!
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    Bruce's Journal

    I'm sorry about Zorra. I know your chickens are pets and they mean a lot to you. that is a long life for a chicken.
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    Making A Pasture

    I put them back on it today. In 2 hours they were laying down ruminating. Ringo and 2 ewes went to pasture #2 that borders the garden. BJ was pulling run away rampant growth of ragweed and lambs quarters in the garden while I planted corn. The weeds were carefully laid in the wagon for sheep...
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    Hello.

    Welcome to the forum! Glad you are here.
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