A couple months ago I was approached by the Standlee Hay Company to conduct a series of product reviews for some of their hay feed products. I was provided with a $120 dollar voucher to purchase and conduct an unbiased evaluation of several products for use on our farm. We chose to evaluate their alfalfa [Continue]
Part 2 of 2 where Laura and I discuss the ins and outs of owning and caring for horses.
Part 1 of 2 where Laura and I go through some long overdue updates, take some great feedback, answer some listener questions and talk at length about buying and owning horses.
Here’s a video of my 10 yr old daughter rocking an eventing show. She took second place and clocked the fastest cross-country time of the day.
This one goes out to our beekeeping friends. A full hour on springtime beekeeping practices and even a small taste of swarm management.
Today we did what every horse owner dreads having to do. Manna, one of our mares, experienced an acute intestinal blockage yesterday. The vet came out and gave her some mineral oil to loosen things up and Banamine (an anti-inflamitory) to help with the pain and told us to keep an eye on her. He [Continue]
A real treat for you guys today. I get my beautiful wife and garden diva, Laura, in on the podcast action. We go through some updates, catch you up on the latest weimaraner suicide attempt, talk about a pending new addition to the farm, take some great feedback, and finally break the hour mark talking about seeds and gardening.
Join me as I drive down to Jekyll Island. We figure out how not to kill the dog, go through some updates, and then talk about what to do about finding a barn sitter.
Join me again on my commute while I blither on about all manner of Halloween stuff, fox hunting, sump pumping, and lament over having to rebuild our well house.
Pressed for time this week. We get a great shoutout from Sean and Cim, talk about horses, curse the carpenter ants, and badmouth hicks that cannot tell the difference between a honeybee and a hornet.