Welcome to the weekly Barn Hop! So glad to have you here!
Here's what's been going on with us on the farm!:
– We've been switching our dog over to a real food diet! And here's how we did it: https://theelliotthomestead.com/2014/06/alternatives-to-commercial-dog-food/
– We've been busy raising a years supply of meat! And here's how we're doing that: https://theelliotthomestead.com/2014/06/raising-a-years-supply-of-meat/
– We've been putting healthcare into our own hands after a local showdown at the hospital! Read the details about it here: https://theelliotthomestead.com/2014/06/putting-healthcare-in-your-hands/
Life never ceases to be busy on the farm. What have you been up to?
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