Encouragement to keep the meat coming, from local sources.[pb_vidembed title=”” caption=”” url=”http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=knNLZvphhfs” type=”yt” w=”480″ h=”385″]
By the way, we are working on our waiting list for pork that will be ready in December…
Bessie is our new milk cow! She’s a four year old pure bred jersey… raised as a family milk cow, she loves all of us, particularly the kids! Bessie is very gentle and sweet, and thinks that she’s a watch cow. We are so blessed to have found such a great cow!
Brooke is Bessie’s primary caretaker… once Bessie has calved she plans to make cheese, butter, yogurt and all those lovely things. Yummm!
This is part 2 of a 4-part series, where Dr. Becker continues her interview with Dr. Ronald Shultz. You can hear the doctors discuss what vaccines every pet needs and how long vaccines provide protection from disease. (Hint: it’s much longer than we have all been led to believe.)[pb_vidembed title=”” caption=”” url=”http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0_Zvg8tIxeY” type=”yt” w=”480″ h=”385″]
Watch part 1 of a 4-part series… Dr. Becker talks with Dr. Ronald Shultz, an expert in the field of animal vaccination. Listen as they discuss the history of dog and cat vaccines, and the real reason behind why your puppy or kitten gets so many vaccines in their first year.
I imagine this is applicable to other animals as well.[pb_vidembed title=”” caption=”” url=”http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xC–bGthNN8″ type=”yt” w=”480″ h=”385″]
A reminder – we still have a few pigs left for sale.
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Recent Inlander article about antibiotics and drugs in milk: