Monthly Archive: November 2012

Here is a great quote

“…when the last individual of a race of living things breathes no more, another Heaven and another Earth must pass before such a one can be again.” –William Beebe   To view Our Farmer Quotes page click here.

Onions and the Flu.

This is something I got off of another website and wanted to share it.   ONIONS! I had never heard this!!! PLEASE READ TO THE END: IMPORTANT In 1919 when the flu killed 40 million people there was this Doctor that visited the many farmers to see if he could help them combat the flu… …

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Cross breed chicken

Here is one of our cross bred chicks. Not sure which hen she came from, but we are for sure our Pearl White Leghorn is the rooster because he is the only rooster old enough to breed. We are curious to see if this chick keeps all of its colors. It has black, white, gray, …

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Happy Thanksgiving!!!

Happy Thanksgiving to everyone. Have a wonderful and thankful turkey day.

Movin some dirt

Gotta move some dirt. Wife is actually gettin used to the tractor and enjoying it. Here she is makin some rounds movin some excess dirt that has brush, grass, etc. in it. This tractor has really been the bang for the buck. So far it has done everything we wanted it to with no problems. …

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Tractor Pulls!

Last weekend we attended the Farm and Ranch show. Was a bit disappointed with the farm and ranch show as there was not many good vendors/exhibitors. Afterwards we went to the TRACTOR PULLS!  We had a blast! They put on a great show. Here is some pictures of the tractor pulls.   Here is a …

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Predators!

Predators are very annoying animals. We now have cats, dogs, and hawks just all of the sudden attacking our chickens. What to do? What to do?

Who Needs a Hay Spike?

Who needs a hay spike? WE DO!! This bale could end up being my hat. I didn’t go to full extension of loader, but just to show the 4wd 4025 can lift a round bale high enough to stack them.     Transporting the round bale to its destination with ease.   This little old …

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Free Range Cattle

Free Range Cattle….In our backyard! Yes, we let the cows free range every where including our backyard. On a small farm as ours we must use every bit of it we can. Most if not all of our animals have access to 99.9% of our property. Sometimes we may move pens around so certain livestock …

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Transfer Tank update 3 – PROJECT COMPLETE!

Here is the final and last update on the Fuel Transfer Tank. PROJECT COMPLETE! May not be the best looking set up, but it is fully functional. In the previous post on this you can see what our approximate investment is in this project (previous post click here or at the end of this post). …

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