Monday, January 28, 2013
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Friday, January 25, 2013
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Sunday, January 13, 2013
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Friday, January 11, 2013
Social networking. It is how almost everyone connects these days. Whether it be Facebook, Pinterest, Google+, Twitter, etc. there are so many.
I thought I would post links here though to our pages on the various social networking websites for our ranch. We don't have accounts with all of them (after all, there like 15+), but I'm working on it ;). So here they are. Oh, and the difference between the pages? The "Liberty Ranch" pages are just general for the whole ranch, and the other pages are for specifics (i.e. goats, hay, etc).
If you would, we'd appreciate likes/follows/whatnot on them. Thank you much!
Liberty Ranch on Facebook
Liberty Ranch on Pinterest - we just started this page, so there are not many likes on it yet but I am working on putting more boards and pins up.
Good Goats on Facebook
Northeast Oklahoma Hay & Feed Coop on Facebook - this is a local page I started a few years back to help locals connect in finding hay for their livestock.
Liberty Ranch Photography on Facebook- I posted this a few weeks back but figured I would throw it in here anyway.
Liberty Ranch Rabbits on Facebook - yes, I know we have lots of FB pages, and no I do not personally run all of them :). This one is our meat rabbit page.
Hoppin' Herd of Hares on Facebook - my older sister raises Mini Lops.
Ranch Girl's Sweets 'N' Treats on Facebook - my little sister runs this page for her baking.
I think that is all for now.
Posted by Good Goats at 11:02 AM
Wednesday, January 9, 2013
Posted by Good Goats at 1:18 PM
Monday, January 7, 2013
Hello to my faithful blog readers. . . Happy New Year to you!
Yes, I know, I am a week late. Last Monday we had a party, as usual, for New Years. We had a great time. Before the party though, some of us had started to get sick. After the party, the Happy New Year sign was still up, except that the N in "new" had been torn down. So it says, "happy ew year". That accurately describes our new year thus far. Kind of funny.
Thankfully those of us who were sick are all on the uphill side of things... for now. Praise the Lord.
Last year was really an unexpected out of the ordinary year for me and my family. Our whole political involvement started a year ago, and that really was a huge part in a lot of what we did last year.
On the farm side of things, we had 110 kids born on the ranch and many lambs, bunnies, chicks, a donkey foal and whatever else that I am forgetting.
For the most part, things are going good though. Kidding season is scheduled to start in about 2 weeks, and I am certainly looking forward to it! We bred the does at very close intervals, so once kidding season starts, I don't think we'll be getting much rest for a while.
Posted by Good Goats at 10:04 AM