Today was the day of the Munson Daycare family picnic. We had a blast. The weather was less than favorable. Cold, misty and windy. That didn’t stop everyone from having fun. Food, crafts and animals. What more can a kid ask for. Even the adults seem to be having a really good time. Boris (also… Continue reading Munson Daycare Family Picnic
Today we had a vet visit. We had a couple of break outs and needed to make sure that nobody was pregnant before the start of the breeding season. The doe’s and ewe’s were checked, dewormed and given any necessary shots. Of course it was the first day of fall. The weather had other plans.… Continue reading Ultrasounds, Hoof check, Dewormer and a surprise!
After we purchased this house and moved in the renovations began. This was about 6 years ago I believe. This bathroom was completely unusable. As we got into demo we realized that there had been a leak in the water closet. They had wrapped towels around the pipes and they were now petrified. Not mention… Continue reading Second Floor Bathroom
After much discussion the boys named him Sergeant Woolly. Here on the farm we need to add new genetics into the mix but this time our ram Toby passed away and we needed to get another one to breed this year for lambs next year. He will really be missed. Toby was so sweet. Almost… Continue reading Our New Ram Lamb!
Friend Week! Let me just say I have some of the best friends a girl can have. The week started with one of my really good friends from college and her family coming to visit. I don’t get to see her often but when I do it is like time hasn’t passed. We talk but… Continue reading Fun with friends!
Another day in the life of a farmer. Hay day. This year was different from previous years. Different people cutting the hay for me and different people stacking next to me. I call them family and friends. The weather was perfect for the hard work. It was only 80 degree’s and the humidity wasn’t bad.… Continue reading Holy Hay Bales!
We added a new kind of pig to the farm. This is Poppy, she is a KuneKune from New Zealand. They are a rare breed. She eats grass and very little grain. When she is full-grown she will graze and eat hay. Poppy will max out at about 125 pounds. Super furry. I think her… Continue reading Poppy the Pig