Milking Cows Again

Last weekend proved to be an exciting one with the birth of two new calves. Both calves were bull calves, and although I would have preferred to have heifers, I am very happy that these babies are healthy. Of course, both cows decided to birth on a cold and rainy...
Calving Season

Calving Season

Now that lambing season is done I get to prepare for calving season. I dried up all of the milking girls back in December so that we could get a much needed break from milking. I sent three girls to a neighbors farm so that they could be bred with his beef bull, while...
How Do I Start My Farming Adventure

How Do I Start My Farming Adventure

One question I am asked frequently by people is how I got started farming and how difficult it may or may not have been to start. Because this is such a hot topic  I have decided to write about it here and call it part of my Motivational Monday. We have plenty of...

My Barefoot Farm

Welcome to my new website and blog! If you are new or if you have followed my adventures these last several years, I am glad you made it here to my new spot. When I first started blogging, it was used mainly as a way to share my family and farm adventures with out of...

Teeswater Lambs in Georgia

Lambing Season produced some beautiful Teeswater and Wensleydale lambs for fiber here! I love the Teeswater and Wensleydale because their wool has such beautiful curly locks that can be lock spun. The wool also takes dye super well, which means vibrant colors that...