I love baby goat kids, but I hate disbudding them. It seems like in farming there is always something you really don’t like to do. I guess you have to do the things you don’t like, so you can still have the fun and enjoy the rest. My really good friend dis-budded the babies for…
After your goats have their kids. Here are some important tips to care for the doe and the kids.
Springtime, I look forward to spring every year. Our winters are cold and long and sometimes we have lots of snow. The warmer shift of the air is a welcome feeling and it is encouraging to know that spring is on the way.
Watching kids play with toys that develop their imagination is so enjoyable. I was able to do just that as I watched this cute little buckaroo play with this stable from E-S Farm toys. He liked (more)
How to make a bum bar for baby goats and sheep.
How to care for your baby chicks when you bring them home. While chicks seem small and simple there are many things you need to know to care for and successfully raise them. Once you know these few steps raising chicks is really quite simple.
I love to raise animals here on our farm, but there are a few things I don’t like. Not because it is hard but it is just a part of raising animals that I don’t like.
Two more babies to add to the herd.
My animals in the barnyard like to have their routine and they really don’t like to have it disturbed. So when I brought in Read more — this post may include affiliate links.
Bedtime stories, a way of stalling or something the kids really enjoy? If you can instill in your children the love for books, they can learn anything.