Category: Livestock

Looking At Our Visiting Turtle

In the featured image, tucked up close to our A/C, was a small turtle. Three of our grandchildren were checking her out with Papaw. She was going over to the small puddle of water, then “Racing” back to coverage. Her daily water gathered from… Continue Reading “Looking At Our Visiting Turtle”

Goat Day

Yesterday was more of a Goat Day, and all around ended up being a Good Day! 6:30 a.m. I was prepared to conquer the world, at least to conquer my desk and all the notes and writing ideas piling up. But, like anything in… Continue Reading “Goat Day”

On This Farm We Wander

My name is Sampson, and I am the baby of Delilah and Moses. My momma, a Nubian, is the best at getting under fences, climbing over hay bales, chewing through bungee cords, and pushing in one spot till she breaks free. She gets out… Continue Reading “On This Farm We Wander”

Processing Our Geese and Ducks

Last weekend was a first time experience for us on New O’Hana Farm, TN. The calendar was marked to process our geese and ducks. Ten geese and four ducks were taken from their yard Saturday morning and that afternoon, sealed in bags for our… Continue Reading “Processing Our Geese and Ducks”

Who Wants Take-Out? No One’s Counting Duck.

“Who wants a Duck Supper?” asks Mr Weasel. His little family all seated around their cedar stump table, bibs on, fork and knife, up. Dancing in their seats, they lick their lips. Leaving the woods, merrily, Mr. Weasel skips through the tall field grass.… Continue Reading “Who Wants Take-Out? No One’s Counting Duck.”