A brief update with hopes of more blogging

Pip had surgery back at the end of summer for canker in his offside front hoof. It went better than everyone anticipated but he’s still stallbound until the first of the year at least.  He will have another surgery at the end of this month to hopefully route out all the canker and we will […]

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So my last farm post has been a few months ago.  Farm life has been tough as we are in the throes of “the bad year” and while I know having a farm means being close friends with Death it doesn’t mean I enjoy the visits. We lost Bingley to a pasture accident and Rosalea […]

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Well this is familiar

Evidently I can’t write cohesive posts anymore (as my unfinished drafts seem to indicate) so I’m back to my favored form of blogging In farm news, we have new poultry much to the amusement and disdain of the USPS. They came in waves First the French Guinea keets that were met with coos and smiles […]

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Introducing Fawkes

Back at the beginning of February I heard about a gelding that had been relinquished in a high-profile neglect case down in the lower part of the state.  It was indicated that he was an Irish Draught by Rockrimmon Silver Diamond.  Immediately I was intrigued as Guinness is also by Rockrimmon Silver Diamond.  I knew […]

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