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Busy Weeks

February 18, 2012

It’s been a very busy week here, and a couple days of blogging missed because of it. Apologies for that!

The week started off with a discouragement in losing a pair of breeders – C246 and CB5. We bred Holly to Bargain, as well as Survivor, and bred the Californian doe to Connor’s Champagne buck. The lone American chinchilla was bred to Mr. Steele.

I hosted agchat Tuesday talking about what we love about agriculture and relationships surrounding it. An AgChat board meeting two webinars and the purchase of three domains to help get dogs, horses and pets into homes, although it’s uncertain whether there is enough serious interest in that.

Added to that was normal day to day chores, planning another #agchat for March 13 which will center around some special guests. I’m looking forward to that, and hope many will join our Twitter chat.

There is word, on a negative note, of a complaint, of which we’re not certain of the nature or who lodged it. With the rain, anything outside is difficult. Our barn chores continue, increased because it’s springtime! That means more planting beds, more moving ‘poo’ to fertilize the beds ahead of planting, stirring compost, trying to keep things dry. We’ll have to wait until Tuesday to find  the  details on the complaint, and really wish it was possible to trust people to just speak directly. Clearly that isn’t the case.

In the mean time, things carry forward. We’re pressed to get some things done quickly that we thought we’d have longer to do. With that in mind we’d greatly appreciate support at this time of our ebook or photos. We’ve got some things to do, and like most juggling funds is very difficult and unforgiving.

Still we’re blessed to have a roof, food/feed and what’s important. This, too, shall pass.

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