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Posted 12/5/2011 12:35:12 PM


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Do you have any farm-related New Year's resolutions to share?

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Posted 12/5/2011 6:42:47 PM


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My resolution for the coming year is to hatch & raise my turkey poults to slaughter size and no have any of our preditors slaughter the poults like they did this year. And to try & try again for a successful hatch of some goose eggs.

When it comes to the homestead my wants & needs are small

 Lord keep you arm around my shoulder & your hand over my mouth                                                              If God brings you to it, He will see you through it            'The will of God will never take you where the Grace of God will not protect you.'

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Posted 12/6/2011 4:34:00 AM


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Our resolution is to try and write things down for next year. We keep learning from our countless mistakes, then forgetting stuff! I am going to try to create a calendar of what to do when. Seems we always forget when we did things(like sowing the winger rye seeds) and miss something we should've done last month.

M. and D.
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Posted 12/7/2011 11:11:49 AM
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find a better way to combine all of P2 records for his 4H book....so tired of having a binder for each species
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Posted 12/7/2011 2:00:19 PM
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to have a longer producing garden this coming year.

We had a garden last year for the first time in 10 years.  Planted lots of the things we like which grew wonderfully.

Now to actually plan so the garden will produce longer and also more types of veggies.

Any advice would be helpful if you want to chime in.

learning to live a simpler life

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Posted 12/8/2011 3:42:08 AM
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I am going to move toward starting a self-sustaining farm. I have a lot to learn.
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Posted 12/9/2011 8:37:50 AM
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I'm with NEAL to write stuff on my calender especially when to get my seeds started. This is so important with the shorter growing season. This resolution is for my husband I will NOT add any more breeds of chickens so he doesn't have to build anymore pens or coops.

Please God remember me.
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Posted 1/1/2012 6:55:57 AM
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Record keeping, mapping and relocating the daylily field.

Amy K.
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Posted 1/1/2012 11:29:50 AM
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Organize my desk, organize my house, and organize the barn. We had a terrible wildfire last summer. Alot of stuff is still in disarray!
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Posted 1/3/2012 10:25:31 AM
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Relocate daylily field and update Plantstep logs.  

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