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I would appreciate prayers also, as I have the flu. Maybe the H1N1 flu….I really don’t know. :(
We just increase hay a little since they aren’t on pasture anymore. Through the year they get feed, alfalfa pellets and hay.
Olive oil, lavender oil and peppermint oil mixed together and massaged on the udder well twice to three times a day for mastitis.
:( That had to be frightening! Thankfully IN doesn't have those things! But we did have foxes and racoons after our chickens :sigh: That's...
Okay, thanks :)
It's not colostrum though, I've seen colostrum before. The doe with it on one side gave regular milk before. And the doe that freshened never came...
We have a friend whose goat just kidded and is not giving milk, but this clear, yellow-ish, thick stuff. What is it? I have a goat who is giving...
Do any of you have a good (one that really works) recipe for lotions or scrubs?
That sounds like a great idea!
I hope it's okay...because I've been doing it for a long time! :shrug:
Hearty Beef Enchiladas (these are absolutely scrumptious!)
Broccoli Cheese Noodle Soup
Just curious...but is it now a law?
I hope not! :sigh:
How do you make your yogurt? We have a yogurt maker that is supposed to do it all for you, but it doesn't work :shrug:
I would love to know...
EEK!!! That had to hurt! :(
Do you know a way so that you will have no swelling from bee/yellow jacket stings, snake bites and spider bites?...
We put up a heat lamp for them. Just be careful...and make it high enough so they can't bump it. We had a barn fire from them doing that last...
Goodness! I've never heard of those before! :)
If you have had the pleasure of eating this absolutely wonderful flavor of ice cream, then you would understand how absolutely wonderful it is!...
Ohh......an icecream maker! I love homemade goat milk icecream!!!
My second cousins gave us the best recipe ever! :clap:
Homemade Ice Cream...
Enough for you and the goat to turn around :ROFL:
We don't really have a "milking room". But we have what we call "the milking area". You...
Thank you! That is good to know so I can use up this goat milk, AND have cheese when we have no milk! :)