Tom and I raise goats. Meat goats. Right now we have 16 of them. I only own four, Tom and his family own the rest. The goat business is a real business believe it or not. We were only half in it until the other day when we managed to buy a nice buck for […]
We (and by we I mean the neighbor farmer who leases Tom’s family’s land for corn and soybeans) make hay every year. Like how I owned that. So yeah we (Tom’s family) lease some land to a local farmer and instead of money he pays in hay. Orchard grass to be exact. Hay is just […]
We used goats to clear a small brush pile at Tom’s farm this weekend. I let five goats Go-at it on Sunday.. and by Monday afternoon…. …you can see all the cinder blocks Tom has been missing.
I love stacking hay. At least that’s the big talk I talk until my arms are sore four bales in. Tom’s hay is made by his neighbor in exchange for soybean and corn acreage. This year he made 392 bales. We were a hour away house sitting a chihuahua, two shih tzus and a parrot […]
Saw this intelligent design for poultry housing at the Howard County fair this year. I meant to ask how much it cost but forgot. It should be simple enough to figure out, I think it’s a brillant.