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Tuesday, August 23, 2011
Lambs and Little Things
Our lives have been further enriched by the arrival of a tiny, girl, lamb. Weighing in at a hefty (not) 1438g, and wearing a "0000" BONDS baby singlet, she thinks she is quite the boss.
Without further ado, let me introduce Henrietta.
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Managing Horses on Small Properties, Jane Myers.
Natural Horse Care, Pat Coleby.
Natural Pet Care, Pat Coleby.
No Dig Gardening, Allen Gilbert.
Organic Vegetable Gardening, Annette Mcfarlane.
Recycle Your Garden, Tim Marshall. All about composting incl. wormfarms.
Storey's Basic Country Skills, John & Martha Storey. Great all round information for first timers(stock, garden, etc)
The Cook's Companion, Stephanie Alexander. If I could only own 1 cook book this would be it.
The Family Cow, Dirk Van Loon. Quite an old book worth the read.
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