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We've been looking at a few different options for stacking hay and loading trailers. This particular option's mast would have put a rather large hole through the roof of the barn so we passed on it.
Wild onions are blooming in the pasture and on the roadside. The little white flowers make a cheerful spring picture in the bright green grass.
This is the best time of year. Mild weather, baby calves in the pastures, and the early planted fields showing signs of green.
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See answers to questions we receive for Ruby and James about raising a backyard flock of chickens. Check out the entertaining chicken stories they share with us. Watch for new posts!
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