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From:ghislainedel
Date:March 22nd, 2010 02:12 pm (UTC)

Thank you!

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I'm going to add this post to my memories so I can reference it once we get to that point! Our current plan is to establish vegetable gardens this year, ducks and chickens next year, human baby the year after that, then we'll be thinking about goats! Adding fruit trees and bushes will be scattered in there somewhere. It's a more gradual approach than I'd like, but probably wise!

Luckily we've got a goat dairy a few towns over so we get raw goat milk once a week when the girls are in milk. We're stuck with store bought or what I froze last fall in the meanwhile.
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From:fiberaddict
Date:March 22nd, 2010 02:26 pm (UTC)

Re: Thank you!

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No problem! I wish I had found a list like this before we got into them - I like to do things "right", so spent...a LOT more than I really needed to. Ah, well - the stuff will be used, so that's OK. :grin:

Chickens are easy - they won't take a lot of time. Don't have ducks, so can't comment on that....goats? Not hard, but twice a day milking is kicking my butt right now. It's going faster, though....so that's good.
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