In Maōri wai means water. Wai Wai is a rescue pig and a burns survivor and skin needs a lot of water which is why I called him Wai. When we first rescued him he was dying from his burns, he could not walk… Continue Reading “Good morning WaiWai – Rescue Pig”
I am writing this with Poo Piglet Whose Name is Jude on my lap and he is such a wriggle! Today two of Molly’s Eight will be sold to a friend to be grown on his developing homestead. Two fat gilts. And we are… Continue Reading “THE WRIGGLE”
Just a few dog and piglet cuteness images this morning. You would think there are no other animals on the farm with all the attention these two are getting.
You can breathe again. Piglet is back in the game.
I can’t think of one. This morning the chickens leave, they are almost all sold. And on Friday we pick all the egg plant and thyme and capsicums – sell those. The eggs are selling well still but I am still having trouble with… Continue Reading “No title today”
I don’t mean these bottoms, though there is a lot to be said for a nice round fluffy chicken bottom. And I won’t say chicks bottom because I don’t want to give the search engines the wrong impression. I mean this bottom. (Below) Wai… Continue Reading “A Beautiful Bottom”
My sister wrote to me again yesterday – she is a nurse and like you is following Wai’s recovery closely. She trained to be a nurse in a period before modern computer based diagnostics and many of their procedures were based on common sense… Continue Reading “Fitness for wounded bodies”
Yesterday after another big farm to table lunch I shifted the cows to a new field, scooping the naughty baby bobby into the barn for the night as they went past. They all put their heads down and began munching on all that clover.… Continue Reading “New fields”