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Lovely Kitchen Arbeitsplatte und Backsplash Ideen Ideen Sektional White Kitchen Island

Küche muss Küche Insel, die identisch ist mit Arbeitsplatte. Es gibt viele Utensilien und Geräte der Küche, so dass Sie sie in gut organisiert platzieren müssen. Es kann durch die Installation von Premium-Cabinetry-System erfolgen. Der Raum zwis...
by topinteriordesignideas on Dec 3, 2016

Could something from space have wiped out the herd of Reindeer in Norway?

<!-- ufosandalenlife 2016 post --> (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); A herd of reindeer was struck by lightning in Norway, killing at least 323 of the animals. Reindeers are known to huddle together during storms. Acc...
by UFOs and Space Anomalies on Aug 30, 2016

Getting Dairy Goats – Dam or Bottle Raised?

If you’re thinking about getting some young dairy goat kids, another consideration before purchasing is whether to choose goats from a farm that dam or bottles raises the kids.  Bottle Raised Bottle raised kids are those that are “pu...
by Better Hens and Gardens on Aug 24, 2016

Herd Bound Behavior- Resistance between Human and Horse

Many of us have experienced varying degrees of resistance from a horse due to their strong desire to be with another horse.  Scenarios may arise when leaving stablemates at the barn area, during competitions with constant calling to a buddy hors...

An elephant safari at Huluru Eco Park

Sitting on the back of a jeep, just metres away from a beautiful elephant and her bub.
by vegeTARAian on Jun 21, 2016

BREEDING KELINCI HOLLAND LOP

Untuk mengembangbiakan kelinci Holland lop yang sesuai standard of perfection (SOP) diperlukan jangan pernah menyerah atau kegigihan, mengetahui genetika, tidak pernah berhenti untuk berkembang biak (reproduksi) bahkan ketika indukan Holland lop seda...
by kelinci rabbitry on May 29, 2016

Getting Dairy Goats – Disbudded, Horned, or Polled?

Another important decision when starting with goats is whether to choose horned, disbudded, or polled goats. Many people are surprised to learn that most goats are born naturally horned (both males and females), but that many dairy goat owners consid...
by Better Hens and Gardens on Mar 2, 2016

What Are Polled Goats?

A “polled” goat (of any breed) is one that is naturally born without horns.  Almond Joy in the first large picture is polled while her sister Toffee in the large picture below that is not (you can see a small blackened area on Toffee’s...
by Better Hens and Gardens on Feb 15, 2016

Nigerian Dwarf Goats – Registered or Unregistered?

Why Consider Registration? Nigerian Dwarf (ND) goats can be purchased from either registered purebred or unregistered lines, so when getting started, another decision concerns registration. Unregistered goats are much less expensive, but registered g...
by Better Hens and Gardens on Jan 25, 2016

Getting Nigerian Dwarf Goats? Identify Your Purpose

Are you thinking about getting some Nigerian Dwarf goats as a homestead addition? I think new goat owners sometimes jump in and buy too many goats of the wrong kind when getting started. Then they quickly become overwhelmed or disappointed, and end u...
by Better Hens and Gardens on Dec 2, 2015

The Pros & Cons of Owning Goat Herdsires

Owning your own goat herdsires gives you the most control over the genetics of your herd (after all, they should be selected to improve the does in your herd), and it’s much more convenient when it comes time to breed the does because they...
by Better Hens and Gardens on Nov 23, 2015

Weekly Photo Challenge: Victory

Victory: Every day that I get to stand right here. (Passion is the easy part. Living with it is the challenge.)   Anna Blake, Infinity Farm. (WordPress Photo Challenge is a weekly prompt to share a photo–I enjoy twisting these macro prompts to sha...
by AnnaBlakeBlog on Nov 15, 2015

Commitment Revisited

As the author of numbers of plans, articles, posts and a few books, I am convinced that a tangible objective consistently swells to the top of successful working and living. It is a single word. Commitment. It is easy to identify where it should rank...
by Zillion Dollar Thinking on Aug 14, 2015

Goat Herd Hierarchy: The Herd Queen

Every goat-herd has a defined social hierarchy (pecking order), and the number one female goat in that hierarchy is the herd queen.  She’s the dominant doe in the herd, and as such, she gets first choice of food, sleeping spot, and anythi...
by Better Hens and Gardens on Jun 10, 2015

Sketch of Newton (the cat, not the scientist. Or is it a cat scientist?) in ballpoint pen

That cat is called Newton. He lives over at the blog “Cats Herd You” which is a statement that doesn’t surprise me a bit! It’s hard to do a furry foreground with a… Continue reading →...
by One Drawing Daily on Apr 21, 2015

2015 International Toy Fair…Magic 8 Ball…High Risk

In the book, Zillion Dollar Thinking, the “Forward and Fast Forward” chapter sites the American International Toy Fair of 2004 (over ten years ago). The comparison was how far we have advanced from the Magic Eight Ball of the 1950’s.” The ala...
by Zillion Dollar Thinking on Feb 24, 2015

A Rescue Training Journal, Told from Two Viewpoints.

"Bhim's the name. I was running a herd--the North Dakota 14, they called us. "...
by AnnaBlakeBlog on Dec 26, 2014

Adventures of The Thundering Herd: Have/Have Not Challenge Weekly Update

Welcome to the weekly Have/Have Not Challenge update.  I’m a few days late but it has been quite the week.  Not much time to sit and write.  And there is much to write. After my last update I began receiving texts from my sister. &nb...
by All Things New on Dec 12, 2014

Adventures of The Thundering Herd: Have/Have Not Challenge Update

It has been two weeks since we first embarked on our journey to change the face of chores in the Holden/Greene house.  It is with a huge smile and happy heart I am pleased to report the Have/Have Not Challenge is working. Truthfully I think it h...
by All Things New on Dec 3, 2014

Adventures of the Thundering Herd: The competition begins!

When you have five kids, you have a home grown basketball team.  You also have a small army.  My father calls my crew the thundering herd.  I believe that title is an accurate description.  They are not a quiet bunch and you defin...
by All Things New on Nov 18, 2014


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