Hello once again. I hate to disappoint but this week's article won't amount to much, certainly not my usual extended ravel, as I have been a bit under the weather. Not leaving the house keeps my insights rather limited I’m afraid.
On the upside, I am abundantly happy to report that we haven’t had anymore skunks around. In fact the only thing that I have caught in my Hav-a-Hart trap was a fat gold hen who seemed rather content, nestled in there with her two little chicks by her side.
And an F.Y.I. for those of you who travel up through the valley. Brownie Burger, the cow, won’t be seen anymore in the pasture as he has gone to his final resting place in the sky. Raising a steer has truly been an adventure, one that I’m not too eager to repeat. Although that all depends on how well the grocery bill tallies compared to the flavor of homegrown. We won’t have to worry about any nasty outbreaks of e-coli or the like either. Once the packaging portion draws to and end we will be able to close yet another chapter in our life as farmers. Thank you all for reading and be sure to stay tuned next week for more exciting news from Newry (other than just here on the farm).
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