Goats are natural browsers. This means that they like to eat with their heads up, often reaching as high as they can for leaves, twigs and wooded area’s understory They prefer woods to grass pasture but will also nibble on fresh, uncontaminated grass. They are observed to be much fussier in what they will eat [...]
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Lambs and spring go together. The long winter melts into long sunny days encouraging native grasses to grow. The ewes gaze longingly towards their pastures and escape to them if possible before the grass is long enough to endure grazing. This morning a group of 14, very pregnant ewes, rejected their hay bales and broke [...]
Update from Bamako Farmer-to-Farmer program. “…Every Monday, we communicate the vegetables available to the clients through email and the orders are placed from Tuesday to Wednesday and delivery is done on Thursday from 12:30 to 2:00. I am very proud to be part of this and it is really interesting…” (Alfousseni Sidibe, Project Assistant at Winrock [...]
Throughout the world one of the most popular Easter symbols is the lamb. There are many references throughout the Bible from the book of Genesis (Abraham with his son Issac), King David as a young man, the Psalms. One of our favorite passages is: Like a shepherd he will tend his flock, in his arms [...]
First week of Spring: Spring may bring images of green grass, blue skies and frolicking lambs. Spring also brings rain, wind storms, sleet and blizzards. In Wisconsin, the weather often swings from below zero at night to above 60 degrees Fahrenheit during the day. This week (mid March and the first week of spring) our [...]
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