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I rarely talk about anything that I struggle with here on the internet. I like to share a lot of things with y’all, but I’m also a private person, and struggle of any kind feels very personal to me. I don’t even talk about it much with my friends or family. But. . .what is...

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I’ve shared a cobbler recipe before, and I even dubbed it “the best.” Well, I’m here to contradict myself a little. Don’t get me wrong, that prior cobbler recipe is still a winner. However, there are many ways to cobbler. You can cake-cobbler, like the previous recipe I shared, or pie crust-cobbler, or biscuit-cobbler. It...

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Am I the only one who sometimes falls down the rabbit hole of those silly personality quizzes and games that get passed around social media? “What is your spirit animal?” “Which Image You See First Says This About Your Personality.” “What dog breed are you?” “What Your Favorite Pizza Says About You.” They’re fun little...

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Y’all, I love ducks. They’re the funniest poultry species. They’re also wonderful homestead animals. Duck meat is delicious, their fat can be rendered for cooking oil, and they lay eggs, too. Some people also use ducks to devour pests in their gardens. But my luck with ducks has been pretty sub-par. My first ducks flew...

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One of the most important things to master when it comes to breeding dairy goats is learning to evaluate bucks. Most of the time we focus on the does — they are the ones who produce the milk, after all. We interact with does more than bucks, for the most part. They are the ones we...

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First time goat owners are often intimidated by disbudding. The process is foreign to them, and it seems daunting. I also see a lot of misgivings about the process because it is — momentarily — painful for the kids.  Some goat owners choose not to disbud at all. While I obviously cannot control what others...

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This is part one of a multi-part series. Check back for part two soon. What can I say about AIP? I can tell you it stands for Autoimmune Protocol. I can tell you it is crazy restrictive. And I can tell you that my mother and I went cold turkey into the diet for November....

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