Author Archives: My Morning's Heart

My Yardly Pet Peeve

These are my Waders.  They carry more common sense, just standing on their own, compared to so many 2-legged brains that have entertained my cartoon sense of humor – while I have listened. It amazes me – the fact that … Continue reading

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When Farming Steps on The Respect You’ve Given

I am so far from being any fan of PETA.  And I have always done my best to sit back and learn from the large farming community.  But I have also watched what’s happened to my body, despite sticking to … Continue reading

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Stocking More Than Soup for Winter

** I’m sharing a bunch of photos today.  So – they’re posted smaller than usual.  But you can click on each photo to view more easily! A couple days ago – we had such a wonderful opportunity to enjoy one … Continue reading

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We Know It’s Coming…

This morning, we’re waking up with our local news in East Tennessee giving us all a Heads Up – to get outside and soak up as much of this warm day as we all can. Common sense.  You keep your … Continue reading

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Our Barn is Our Core Tool for Handling Our Irish Dexter Cattle

Most people raising cattle in the numbers over 50 may not relate to this post.  I would say it pertains to those of us with small places – raising less than 25 to 50 head of cattle on our property.  … Continue reading

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I survived!

If you’re reading this posting today… You are witnessing a solid return to sanity!  Yes.  Yes!  YES!  Ohhhh, YESSS!!!  We have embarked on our very first day of kicking Graveyard Shift to the curb! And of course it means I … Continue reading

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Short Girls Fitting In Just Nicely!

It’s been 2 weeks since Beatrice and Helena arrived here.  And I must say – they seem to have taken to sharing the paddock with Miss Anna quite well!  There have been times when we’ve looked out and found them … Continue reading

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Our Dexter Family Just Grew – Again!

Meet Beatrice and Helena! They arrived just last night.  And we are so tickled to have them come live with us! Both girls are Irish Dexters.  Both have been tested and confirmed to be Positive for Chondro Dysplasia – a … Continue reading

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Could I Farm the Whole State?

Could I Farm the Whole State?. A long posting.  Yes.  Skimming did not work for me.  I had to go back to the top and start over.  And boy… was I so glad I did that. THIS posting by Chism … Continue reading

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Watch Farmland Documentary FOR FREE at Hulu.Com NOW!

No matter who you are – or – where you live in the United States…. No matter what you do in life… You have to eat food to sustain your body’s life. Sit your kids down and watch this Documentary … Continue reading

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