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First taste of disaster.

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Education Never Stops, Kids.

As I sit here this morning, eating my scrambled eggs and drinking my coffee, I’m going over the things I learned yesterday. Learning never stops. Hopefully. If you have stopped Continue Reading →

He ain’t no mini donkey!

He’s a LAP donkey! Or at least he thinks so! Gotta love that crazy guy. His name is Jackson and he’s so full of character it’s hard to explain. You Continue Reading →

Passively Productive

Today has been a day of getting some dirty stuff done. I’m not gonna lie,  Steve has been busy! I can’t help it, there are things I just won’t do Continue Reading →

New Chicks on the Block

My sister dropped off two trouble hens she had.  Her ladies have bald butts and stress issues and she thinks these two are the bad eggs. We moved them down Continue Reading →

Chicken Little Attitude

My two success stories already have their own personalities.  The black and yellow one,  I’m assuming is a barred rock, is feisty and aggressive. Alpha? Rooster? Scared? The yellow with Continue Reading →

Success! !

Looky here! ! After incubating over 20 eggs,  we finally had success!  There are 6 more eggs that were completely dark when candled that haven’t hatched,  and I’m just not Continue Reading →

Counting Chickens.

I have no photos for the meat of this post. I have no real idea as to where this post will even go. It’s been uncharted waters for me over Continue Reading →

Baby Blue

At 8:10 am on March 9, Little Bit had her baby. She had a precious baby girl. She weighed about 9lbs. She’s solid white, blue eyes (hence her name), with Continue Reading →

First taste of disaster.

It seems in anything I’ve done, I’ve had a trial by fire. Why? Because God knows that’s how I learn…the hard way.   Scaredy Cat and Little Bit were obviously Continue Reading →