Jumping the Moon Dairy - the next chapter

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I just ordered the activated charcoal pads for the vents on my furnace. This mold stuff is nasty and isn't just mold that I need to kill but mycotoxins as well and I guess the activated charcoal can trap them. They are tiny.
 

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I sold 12 does yesterday and their babies; that leaves me with 8. I just talked with the potential buyer for the dairy and it is a go. He has made the commitment and came up with the money for the down. It's a done deal. I know that it has to happen but doesn't mean that I like it :hit
 

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Sorry about the loss of so many goats. Do you get a new, mold free home with your 8 out of the dairy deal? A small herd may be more ideal for recovery. It took us several months to get it out of our systems and get back to feeling normal and abnormal was fairly bad!
 

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:hugs I know the sale s bitter-sweet but, it's probably best. Just so hard to let go of what you worked SO HARD to achieve. But, you did accomplish it. So how far will the buyer need to move the trailers for their new set up?

I hope the charcoal filters work for you....can't hurt and they say it sure helps. Let us know! Now you will have more time to check-in! :D =D And we want updates on you!
 

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:hugs I know the sale s bitter-sweet but, it's probably best. Just so hard to let go of what you worked SO HARD to achieve. But, you did accomplish it. So how far will the buyer need to move the trailers for their new set up?

I hope the charcoal filters work for you....can't hurt and they say it sure helps. Let us know! Now you will have more time to check-in! :D =D And we want updates on you!
Sorry I have been MIA; just a lot to process and not a lot of focus on my part. I just find it inconceivable that a little particle of mold can put me in such a tail spin. I keep thinking that I should be stronger than this.

The trailers will be moved quite a ways, about a 5 hour drive. A friend of mine that has a big truck and trailer will move them for him, we aren't going to tow them. The milking parlor is 12' wide and while built on a trailer frame it was never built to tow and the processing trailer has a questionable frame. It lived exposed to ocean air for its life and the frame is showing too much corrosion for towing it, something we didn't see until we got it here.
 
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