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Fixer upper used to be a Christmas tree farm, has air strip, fruit trees, large garden and greenhouse 30×90, pasture and hay fiends.
God has blessed us again as the storm just missed us by about 5-6 miles.
Anything that we had planted would have been destroyed and we’ve got a lot planted right now. Pictures of someone’s plants right down the road not ours thank God.
I got caught in the storm while my wife was planting back at the farm. My son slept through the whole thing.
Definitely a milestone getting Gwen and her daughter Butters out on the pasture for the first time.
The pasture most likely has never had a cow in it for the last hundred years possibly…it was seeded this spring but not enough of the seed took. Quite a few raspberries growing in it, Gwen is not eating them.
They need fresh air and sunshine and it’s nice to see them on the grass having fun.
Butters loves her new freedom and is running all over the place, going to be interesting trying to get them in at night with little Miss Butters running amok.
One thing about having a milking cow is you need a method to store the milk when you have an over abundance.
This is why our ancestors created cheese
Raw milk cheese is some of the most delicious variety, it has many “flavor notes’ and is a composite of deliciousness.
Here’s or first farmhouse cheddar so we’re hoping it’s going to be a good one, this one took about 2 gallons of milk and should be ready to eat in about 4 to 6 weeks.