Finally caught up again! Now lets see what I all wanted to comment on. By the time I get done with that there will probably be 20 more posts to read.
Originally Posted by Coffee 1st
you meet Bella today she does look allot different shaved, that is her in my profile pic when she was younger... but she enjoys rolling in the chicken poop so that is why I shaved her...and she had teeth in the pic now she is down to 3 left i think...she does have her teeth cleaning scheduled for this Saturday we will see how many she has left afterwards...LOL....
Do you pay for teeth cleaning by the tooth...hugh discount!
Originally Posted by duluthralphie
Minnie, I hope everything is OK or better in your belly.
Sorry about your car accident. They suck. Now you get to fight with the insurance company. I wish you well. See I stayed off my soap box on this!
I have a 2000 Ford 350, I love it. It is the extended cab diesel. Not economical but a real work horse. It pulls anything I ask it too. I have close to 250k on it. I want to get another 250k from it. I have looked at new ones but to replace it would cost 70 grand. I am not going to do it. Why would I want to spend that kind of money to get a truck that is prettier but not do the job any better. I would like to get a new interior in it, not because it is ruin out, but because I am a slob and the carpet shows it.
I can identify with you not wanting a different car, good luck, I hope they fix it.
Minnie, thinking of you, keep us updated.
Hey Ralphie, it's a farm truck, it's supposed to be dirty. If you got a new interior you would just have to work that much harder to get it back to farming level.
Originally Posted by Rhetts
Here is Norman! He is 3 weeks old this Friday.
What a cutie! You can't really be thinking steaks, can you?
Originally Posted by Palletshedguy
I make chicken coops in my driveway out of wood shipping pallets. I'm not finished with this one yet, I'm asking 1,000 I live in Albertville
Welcome to BYC and the Minnesota! thread!!
Good looking coop.
Originally Posted by scandiafowl @Bogtown Chick
My inner lioness comes out when I hear about "families". Such b u l l s h i t.
I may be a bleeding heart treehugger but personal responsibility is personal responsibility. Hold the school accountable!
And hold the parents accountable.
Originally Posted by Rhetts
I must be out of ovations so here is my thumbs up on this.
Some of my in laws fed their pigs milk. One had a dairy goat and gave their runt pig milk everyday. Wouldn't you know how dang HUGE that one is. And my other in law has a dairy cow that gave his pigs the 'waste milk' They sure do thrive on it. I can't wait to see how the meat turns out on the dairy fed ones!!!
It was probably about 40 years ago, I know I was quite young but I remember my dad telling us about someone he knew that feed his pigs leftover baked goods. That was the main bulk of their diet. I guess they figured it would sweeten them up, I don't know. Anyway, they butchered them and they were pretty much inedible.
I have heard alot of stories of feeding the waste milk though and that it grows them fast and good.
I thought I had multiquoted Holms pic also but I don't see it. Anyway, I LOVED it!!! So CUTE!!