Category Archives: Pigs

Winter Plans

I have been watching Mother Nature more so then usual now that I have a new project in mind. I’m thinking about building a root cellar to store produce without refrigeration. In order for the project to be a success, … Continue reading

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Babe’s Getting Bigger

    The little pig that was barely taller then her water bucket is now twice as big, and just as messy. Since the garden is devoid of all things except broccoli, and cabbage, I’ve switched Babe’s diet over to … Continue reading

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Feeding Babe

Everyday I spend about 20 minutes gathering two five gallon buckets of food for Babe, the pig my Mother and I have invested in. Usually I try to find fruits and veggies that most people wouldn’t eat, such as that … Continue reading

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Babe the Pig

When I was visiting Sandy, I found out that one of her pigs was for sale, so I talked to Mom later in the day, and asked if she could pay for half. I told her I would take care … Continue reading

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Weekend Roundup 4/4/10

Here is the newest garden tool, on loan to me from Davie and Sandy. It’s a nice little garden tractor that will save me a lot of work. In the photo above, a set of “hairs” is chained to the … Continue reading

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George’s Pigs

Here’s another post from the other side of the farm, all about, Pigs.  I love being on this end of the farm due to the sheer isolation. Looking up at the hills, there is no trace of civilization, simply trees, … Continue reading

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The other end of the farm…

My brother George, who lives literally, on the other end of the farm. As I have been learning gardening, he has been learning how to raise pigs. He looks quite proud of his harvest, and I must say, home grown … Continue reading

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