While we were in Alaska, one of our fainting goat bucks
went to live on a new farm.
Skip, who was born at Bee Haven Acres in 2008,
with Myrtle his mother, and Chip his father
is a handsome, sweet natured buck.
Sadly, though, he had no available girlfriends during mating season...
which hardly seems fair for an intact male.
So, Dr. Becky found a new home for Skip.
This new home is perfect too!
Now Skip has his own harem and will have many does to cover during
this mating season.
We will miss you, Skip....
but I am very sure you will be quite happy in your new herd!
Now if we could just find some girls for our Tom and Chuck!
Garden harvesting continues...
and we are trying all sorts of new recipes and ideas.
Chutneys and jams are the end point for a lot of our tomatoes.
Last night I tried a new tomato jam recipe...sweet, tangy, savory with a bit of a hot bite!
And this year's cabbage heads are in the process of fermenting into sour kraut.
I will let you know how that turns out...
and if we are successful, I will share with you our process.