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Monthly Archives: November 2013
When I had a Beaver Dam frenzy, and kept ordering more, I was a little sick of roasting them, and using them in Liquid Fire, so I decided to dehydrate them. Once you have the dehydrator going, nothing is safe, and I looked around to see what else I could slice up so I would … Continue reading
Everything was edged with sparkles this morning. Beautiful.
Our 5610 Maple Ave, Dallas Tx, Showroom, Warehouse, Residential is For Sale
I have put our ad up for our beautiful building for sale/lease in Dallas, Tx. on Craigslist, with a few more pictures. If anyone knows of a potential buyer or someone wanting to ground or long term lease, please pass this on to them. Thank you! Here is the flyer with all of the surrounding specs … Continue reading
There’s a time to be born, a time to die, and to eat.
Ok, I don’t really think King Solomon had the eating part in mind, but it’s still true. As I’ve said before, we love them, love them, love them, then eat them. It began with stopping at the amazing James Ranch in Durango for a sublime grassfed burger on our way to pick up our porker … Continue reading
Chryptorchids and Katahdins
We love our Dorpers. Many of them are pure Dorper, which itself is a South African breed developed in the 30’s as a very hardy meat sheep which has hair instead of regular wool. The others have been crossed with other meat breeds such as Katahdin which makes them more colorful than just pure white or … Continue reading
“Have you eaten the Silkies yet?”
I’ve had a few inquiries as to if we’ve eaten the Silkies yet. Why in the world would anyone want to eat Silkies? The articles in this post explain it. Well, for one thing, we have not eaten them because they are the only ones laying eggs right now, tiny little things, and I’m grateful … Continue reading
Can you help me spread the word to sell some more of our big lambs?
Hi friends. I have an appointment with Kinikin processing in Montrose for December 2nd and still need to make room in the barn and sell some more of our biggest lambs. They are selling well, but unfortunately many of our mama lambs are having their babies now and I need room in the barn for … Continue reading
Living in Paradise
A dear friend sent me this photograph of her view from her kitchen window today. Wow! thank you Francie. I’ve been dealing with hunter’s hell. Some of the hunter’s compound that have parked directly across the dirt road from us on the hill came down today to complain that our livestock dogs barking kept them … Continue reading
Yesterday Luna had twin girls and rejected one. I have noticed a trend, that if lambs are born in the night, it is more likely that confusion sets in and the first lamb born is not bonded with like the second. But this darling, strong lamb, named Jen, has so much personality and determination. We … Continue reading