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Thursday, February 17, 2011


I am exhausted. 70F+ temps forecasted for today. We have been hustling to break down all the meat. Only got 3 hours sleep last night. Who heard of this warm of weather in February in Kansas?

My hens have unpuckered and dropping eggs like crazy. Bunnies have been born, and Large is on the Kiddie page of Thunder Roads, and this is the link to the rags blog if interested.

My internet broke, so I am to gt a new one, and hang out with my mom for the day. Hopefully tomorrow I can tell you more about the beef.

Currently I was able to make 4 quarts of broth and save 2 pints of tallow (that's so far)


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SkippyMom said...

For the last few years Phelan it has been either feast or famine - but more famine - either it is too cold, too wet and now it is too warm.

When are you going to catch a break I wonder. It is ridiculous.

I wish you luck and that the meat is put away, safe and frozen.

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