Not necessarily simply but simply simple living. Just at speed. A multi tasking nightmare that seems to work.
Multi tasking is my best.
Poppy is still not using her front right foot much. But she seems happier.
I have not told her that another breeder is borrowing Manu for a while. He evidently has some pretty special genetics that need reintroducing into the show pool. He certainly has done pretty good looking babies.
It is a good move for Manu. I am not breeding again this year. Molly is tired and Poppy is limping. We are going on a break.
Just as soon as I can get John to help me carry all the hog panels down the back I will set these little pigs to work eating thistles down there. Then I will have two sets of Thistle Eaters out in the fields.
Ok! Time for me to milk Del and feed the pigs then off to work. Then back again! Then pack up all the produce – chicken eggs, duck eggs, rhubarb and asparagus boxed, bagged and labeled and deliver them. Turn back again to milk Del and Tia. I am so glad Our John likes pottering about in the kitchen or we would starve!
Tuesday is a very satisfying day.
This week I begin work on a current HAACP Report for The Mill. It will be an huge undertaking given that I have never even seen one before. My research tells me it is an official and very deep risk and hazard analysis of a premises in the interests of food safety. There is some very specific language I need to learn. Plus I need to learn how to create flow charts on a screen and spread sheets, etc. I need to collect and report all their considerable food safety systems already in place into one document for inspection. Now that the mill is expanding it’s markets we need to collate and maybe extend all these requirements. Something new to stretch my brain. If you have an HACCP document on your premises reach out. I need to read as many as I can.
Thank you so much!
Have a good one.
The warmth is coming!