Farming

My kids bottle feeding babies.
It has always been a dream of mine to live on a farm.  Growing up we lived in the country, but not on an actual farm.  My grandparents did have a dairy farm close by that I loved to go and visit.  I would help my grandpa get the cows ready to milk, help bottle feed baby calves, help (as much as I could) hauling hay, and go with him to check on the cows out in the pasture.  It was a great way to spend a childhood.  That is something that I want to be able to give my kids.  Right now our farm consists of 7 chickens, 1 guinea, 4 ducks, 2 steers, 2 dogs, and 2 cats.  We are slowly growing our farm and will add to it each year.  This is where you will learn about our farming techniques as we try and use sustainable and green methods as much as possible.

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