Amy making mozzarella cheese from our goat’s milk
Allis parked by the barn
Category: Bone Meal Bread, farming and husbandry, land, transfer of energy Tagged: agriculture, alfalfa, cheese making, dairy, garden farming, goat's milk, husbandry, mozzarella, peach blossom, photography, small farming, spring, tractor
Just wonderfully real and fantastic!
Much thanks, Steven.
Jack thanks for the post………we got eight inches of snow last night and the wind is howling!!
Your welcome James. I am glad bare witness to the existence of spring until it arrives for you.
Wow, what a cool new site! I love seeing images of your land… Hope you are well.
Glad you like it, my friend. I am doing a bit of an overhaul. I took all the pages down for the time being so I can rebuild them from scratch.
I totally understand and think it will be a fruitful undertaking. I need to do the same and finish building my new site– at this point it’s just the extra time on the web and computer that I don’t want to spend. Though it is inspiring seeing you go after this like this!
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