Real Chocolate Pudding

Did you grow up thinking pudding was something made from a box of powder found next to Jell-O in the grocery store, or maybe a single serving container from Kraft? I did too, but recently I got brave enough to try pudding from scratch, adapting a recipe that my mom uses to make Chocolate Cream …

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Rennet travels to her new home

Our sweet little heifer, Rennet (daughter of Rosebud), went to her new home last week. While we are always sad to see one of our animals go, we are very happy that Rennet has been united with her new owner, Cadence - a young girl with very big plans. We look forward to seeing more pictures …

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Lessons from Historical Agriculture: #3 – On Breeding Livestock

Pearls of Wisdom from old books on breeding of livestock: Stock Breeding by Manly Miles, MD. First printed in 1878. Quote: Interpretation: “Beauty in the form and proportions of his [Robert Bakewell’s] animals was always made to contribute to the development of useful characters.” What we see as pleasing to the eye is such because balance …

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