Recently, we have added a few new animals to our farm.
We are trying to live off the land more save money and be better stewards of what God has given us.It has been so great watching the kids rise up to the challenge of getting up and feeding animals three to four times a day.
We had a new baby buck on Sunday night and I have to drag Coop out of the goat pen. He sits in there for hours and draws and talks to them..He has some farm animal in his blood.
We are out side Alot..We have washed and hung out three loads of laundry on our great clothes line. If you don't have one I suggest you beg your hubby to get you one..We have met some great older men on our journey to stock our farm. Men of character and men that love to do things the ole fashioned way. They have let us go into their barns and have taught us things you can't pay for. Hands on experience with animals..I want my kids to work, but to not just work, but to love to live off the land. I want all of them to know how to take care of animals and if they don't know how to do something to be able to go and find someone who does. At the end of the day we are so exhausted but we look forward to tomorrow.With animals who know what to expect.......