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On our woodsy Homestead: Goats and Spinach - 04/25/2013
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I have come to think of our home as more than the lodge.. it is becoming a homestead .   As we begin raising our own food and acquire livestock,  the property takes on a more substantial role.   We are becoming more sustainable, which has been our objective for many years,  but slow in happening.   This year, though, we are bounding forward. First, our three does have produced a healthy little flock of cuteness  and are giving us good tasting milk morning and evening.   I am so thankful that there were no problems with the births.   We now have 6 kids, 5 girls and one boy. One is a "wimpy kid" that has needed bottle feedings and baby jammies to keep warm and thriving. Jim named her "Aravas," and has taken over feeding her.   It is warm enough now for her natural coat,  but she was pretty cute in the lavender fleece jammies she spent the first three days in.  "Sweetie" Notice how this baby (Daisy) has a squiggly line down her back. It is more noticeable here.   Growing our own food has become more important to us, not only for economy,  but for better quality food that is organic and readily available.   Lacking a good garden site, soil, and deer proof fence,  I am growing our food in our house.   Brian just put in shelves in the south facing windows the other day.   I have planted leaf lettuce, spinach, roquette, kale, cherry t...

On our woodsy Homestead: Goats and Spinach



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