Received some nice reading material in the mail from a follower in Missouri…Thank you Melissa!
Many great emails about Destiny, the youngest Brownie baby…
An email on how all my preaching on milk has Debra watching TV commercials close enough to see if they’re using whole milk or not!!!
Then Pam, who met Carol outside a Stewart’s Shop one day, dropped us a nice note!!!
Everyone thank you…We read them all and they make our day!
If anyone has any questions just ask via the blog or at 10 Chestnut Hill Rd, Eagle Bridge, New York 12057…sometimes it may take a day or two, but we will try our best to answer…or save them for the Open House June 30 and we can discuss them!
Believe me, hearing from you all out there brightens our day … thanks again!
For the farm happenings, my haylage is almost gone, so I have located some balage to take its place…actually bought one round bale to try this week…Will fine tune a new ration with hopes production stays up!
Have been pinching pennies with hopes we can buy enough ’til mid May when we should be able to do more of our own haylage, fingers crossed.
Slightly warmer weather allows constant manure spreading as the frozen piles from January’s cold thaw out!
As hard a stretch as the last almost eight weeks have been most, most of our animals have done okay, so far!
Will always want them to look better but at the same time am very thankful everyone’s healthy!
Bottom line in life on the farm…find the silver lining, even if it be on a frozen pile of manure! Your success may be as simple as survival in it’s volatile ways!
***Looking for warmer days to melt all the ice…and snow! We are slipping and sliding all over the place!!!***