Planning for future food (livestock)
My post is more of an article than a short post. Please bare with me. This is more a post for those who have a bit of land than those who don't. You don't need much to have animals, but you have to plan. I firmly believe that if you have any land zoned agricultural, you should be keeping your own livestock, and a variety…
Here is something a little different than birds. 🙂 Today, we welcomed our new yearling Highland bull. He is slim & short & very alert. As of yet, he has no name. He will get one over the next while, I'm sure. We are looking forward to him doing his job & also growing his horns out.
Skim milk improves soil, plant health and pastures: Watch out grasshopper...and more
Improved milk with improved pastures
I am posting a link to this discussion for those who have cows & may have extra milk. Aside from feeding it to livestock & making things with it such as milk paint, this would be worth trying to see if you might get the same results. With a high producing cow calving shortly, we might just have to try this. Any further…