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Wednesday, January 9, 2008

Around the Farm

I have to be a Fire Man today so I don't get to work around the farm. However, I am really digging getting to put pictures of our farm up for others to see so I guess I can do that. Hope everyone has a great day, and I love you Lyns, KK, and Laney Rae. Y'all mean the world to me. Hold down the fort.

"Good Morning"


Pigs at Work



Clean Up Crews





Roosters Hanging Out (Free to any that want some good roosters...hint hint..really.)

Beeves (Or Fuzzy Beeves as Lynsey would say)

Does this angle make me look fat?

7 comments:

sugarcreekfarm said...

I'd love to know more about your portable coop in that picture up there. I'm on the lookout for a new coop plan!

The Kramer Family said...

Ha! This can't be my Ash!

The girl I know just had boneless buffalo wings today at lunch with me.

Hendrick Family said...

Holy cow...Ashley is so vulgar.

Sheesh.

I'm going to pray for her.

Heather

Anonymous said...

enjoy your pics...next time lynsey's needs a 2nd shooter she could use u.. as good as you're doing on the farm pics...keep feeding those cows cause' i love a good steak...can't wait...sorry you had to go back to work but that's how it goes...still u got one of the best jobs to work with your farming schedule...god bless jason...love momma sandy
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The Kramer Family said...

Honey,

We love you too and can't wait to see you in the morning! Thank you for being 'all things amazing' to us!

Lyns
p.s. I thought you would get a kick out of this. The word verification for me is 'rackem'. Ha! I know you just laughed.

Kramer said...

Kelli,

I will get a materials list together for the aluminum portable coops. I built two at one time so I just built them off the cuff. However, since seeing them on the blog, I have had several other people inquire about them. I'll try to get you what you need. They are easily moved and they work great for between 20 and 30 chickens.

Twinville said...

Wish we lived closer. A few of those roosters would make good show roosters. Handsome fellas!

The cat photo could easily be one of those funny humor cards at the store.
Not sure what the caption would be, though, I'm not so good at that!

But maybe you could run a caption poll for some fun (wink-wink)