Posted 09-13-2002 at 05:05:56
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I need to set the record straight, there are pictures of the two we are taking to the market in the picture gallger. Plus pic of the pygmy goat and her buddy, they will NOT go. We were lucky enough to sell our other pig and I just figure before we spent the money on something else we may as well use it to have the sheep done. This will be that last of the critters going. There won't be any left until next year when we start again.
I guess what started it, I was making applesauce with our apples. Than I started making egg custard meringue pie with our eggs and I thought gee we have eggs, apples, pork, seventy pounds of chicken in the freezer, now if we get lamb our freezer will be filled. I think we may need to buy another freezer. Plus we still have the livestock trailer we borrowed.
Next year we will finally get a great garden going, I hope and we can have veggies too. Now all I need is a small cow for milk, cheese, butter and I can really be a country gal.
I won't take Dennis just yet, he is safe for a couple of years. I think??!! Plus when Dennis is in the mood to work I will work that poor man into the ground and he has been showing some ambition lately.
Have a wonderful, marvelous day and give someone a hug!! in fact give someone a bunch of hugs!!
|Kat in NJ ||
Posted 09-13-2002 at 18:44:45
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LOL! Tammy, you will get gold stars next to your name, trying to save a critter, regardless of what it is. I know a woman here who is licensed by the state to rehabilitate wildlife. She took in a bat. Next day, she had four bats...on her COUCH!
Well, I draw the line at cats, but wish I had the time for the rest.
Don't mind the "pickin' on." I know you have to eat them ... just seems a shame when they produce such nice wool!!!