Ravenous, Brazen Beauty
That's Fortunately Still (Mostly) Afraid of Barking Dogs
Highlights from a year ago:
3/2/08: How Do Donkeys Order Lunch?
3/4/08: Auntie Rose
3/5/08: Seasonal Eating
3/6/08: Do Chickens Ever Smile?
3/12/08: Cary Babies?
3/13/08: Cary, No Baby
3/17/08: Hey Baby!
Two years ago:
3/5/07: Zelda and Her Twins, Age Two Hours
3/8/07: Doll Face and Her Baby Boy Bonding in Their Bonding Suite
3/9/07: Moving Zelda and Her Twins By Myself
3/15/07: Gang Activity
3/16/07: The Definition of Relaxed
Three years ago:
3/1/06: I'll Spring to Life If There's Trouble
3/2/06: A Brief Distraction from All the Cuteness
3/3/06: Skinny Chip Checks Out One of the Little Attention Grabbers
3/4/06: Farm Boss Patchy Cat Keeps an Eye on Everything
3/5/06: You Can Add Babysitting to Bear's Job Description
3/8/06: Another Farmyard Still Life
3/8/06: Counting Sheep, Not Getting Much Sleep
3/10/06: Life When You're 12 Hours Old
3/10/06: Fleeting Heart
3/13/06: I'm Gonna Need More Than Spun Gold for Breakfast
3/14/06: A Whole New Way to Start the Day (thanks to Dan's Friends)
3/17/06: Same Scene, New View for St. Patrick's Day
And out of the kitchen and garden came:
3/12/06: The Great Compost Cover Up
3/10/08: Broccoli Onion Garbanzo Bean Soup & Recharging Your Dead Batteries (Because Setting Them on Fire Isn't an Option)
3/1/08: Onion & Herb Crusted Lamb Spareribs and Grilled Lamb Steaks
© Copyright 2009 FarmgirlFare.com, the quickly greening up foodie farm blog (another heatwave!) where the white-tailed deer don't need a St. Patrick's Day excuse to munch on their favorite color in the hayfield—which happens to be off limits after March 1st so the grass can grow, but only the domesticated animals pay attention to this rule (and only because we fence them out). But I'd rather have the deer in the hayfield than in the garden!