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We're On Baby Pig-Watch

our prego american guinea hog

Curly Sue is one of our purebred American Guinea Hogs that is pregnant. She was due to farrow yesterday (Dec. 21). As you can see in the photo, her underline is developing. As of this morning, we could not express any milk, nor is her mammary area warm to the touch. This leads us to believe she may be more than a day out from giving birth. But really, who knows? She's…

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Added by Coyote Ridge Farms on December 23, 2011 at 3:29pm — 5 Comments

Cooler mornings = thoughts of winter feedings

Blue Hubbard Squashes



The Blue Hubbard's I fretted over so much this…

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Added by Elizabeth Wilson on August 20, 2010 at 10:43am — No Comments

Say NO to NAIS!

The National Animal ID program was originally designed to give the big beef producers help in getting export markets which required disease controls. The idea is that every single livestock animal in the United States will be identified and tagged. All livestock animal movements will be tracked, logged and reported to the government. The benefit is to the big factory farms who probably do need this type of regulation. They get to do single ID’s for large groups of animals. Small farmers, pet… Continue

Added by Carrie Seal-Stahl on October 19, 2008 at 5:00pm — No Comments

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