Maine Farm & Family Blog
I must have missed something while away. When did the piglets arrive?
Awww, love the barred rock and the cute piggies! Here piggy, piggy! Here chick, chick!
Is that hunky man yours? Lucky gal. What was up with the bird? If you answer is it still wordless Wednesday?
Pressure Canner is a great way to lower your food bill and feed your family, because of that pressure canner is use in the home were extensively. Pressure canner is needed if you want to can low-acid foods such as red meats, sea food, poultry, milk, and all fresh vegetables with the exception of most tomatoes and you definitely need a pressure canner for anything containing any meat. Home canning of meats is even recommended, even with a pressure canner. So, i have some info and products about pressure canner, pressure canning, pressure canner cooker and more that i could be able to share with you if you have it :DCheers,Pressure Canner
Nice pics. Hey, Eric was wondering if you'd be interested in our copy of the book about the plucker. If you're interested shoot me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll mail it to you.
Pine Pod. thanks!Goat Girl, you are a little behind :) The neighbor bout John a pig for his b-day and the other one is theirs that we are raising for them.Amy, you funny. I like the Barred Rock's better then the RI Reds, they are a bit friendlier.Sugarcreek, yes that's my hunky man! I called it wordless Wednesday because I had not time to write but there is always time for comments!Pressure canner, not sure where this comes from. I am assuming it comes from someones blog store that I peeked at a pressure canner????Farm, that is really nice of you. I am sure he would love to have. Someday, when he ever gets a chance he does want to construct one. Please Thank Eric too. That is very kind of you both. I will send you an e-mail. :)Thanks Lacy! :)
Your photos didn't need words! I love the piggies. How long will you keep them?
Thanks Don, you always have something nice to say! :)
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