Hello :)

So sorry everyone.  It’s been a while since my last post, but I wanted you all to know we have been crazy busy, with surgery’s, animals, summer plans, and to-do list stuff.  I really want to say Hey, and just get something out there to you guys, to just touch base!

Hope your all well 🙂

The Land :(

Hello Everyone, sorry it’s been a long time since we last posted anything on here.  We took a devastating blow, when all the snow melted and we finally got to have a good walk through the potential property we looked at and gathered information on over the winter.

Turns out, all the open area we thought might be good for turnout areas for our horses, and livestock.  Was all Canadian Shield, bedrock 😦  Yes, were located in Canada…Eh!

Will, I didn’t take it as hard as I thought when we walked around.  However, right away our life changed for a few weeks to focus more about us again, and what was happening.  We finished raising the chicks we incubated, and sent them off to a local farmer friend, where we can go visit them whenever we’d like.  He told us we did an amazing job and they look great, and wanted to know if we wanted to do it again.  We said yes, but taking a little break first.

We have had some personal medical concerns that were dealing with right now, and will be focusing on that for the next few weeks, however, we have been continuing our search for another property, either with or without a home, or barn located on it.  We have looked at one which has peaked our interest but we think it will go pretty fast and were just not ready for that yet.  I wish we could, but everyone’s health and well being come first, here.

I will, keep you updated a little more in the coming weeks!

Thanks Everyone

It’s Incubation time!!!!

Hello Everyone,

So for the past few weeks I have been doing some research and gathering information about incubators, how they work, what’s needed, and how best to figure out what one works for your needs!  After watching some YouTube channels I had thought I found one that would work for us.  However, after speaking to some local farmers in our area, and finding out their thoughts and what works for them, I discovered that purchasing an incubator from our local Tractor supply store, was the way to go!

Without, further thought when we seen they were on sale again for $60 off, we jumped on them.  Now please let me remind you, we have done some thorough investigating with regards to what we wanted to incubate for our first, ever attempt.  We know a few local farmers who have been wonderful and really helped us better understand the different breeds we could incubate.  We looked at chickens, ducks, quail, and pheasant.  It, was decided for ease of ability once hatched, to sell, or give back to our local farmer friends, chicken eggs was the final choice.

So, I started our new incubator and contacted one of our farmer friends and arranged 24 hrs later to pick-up some eggs, to start this process.

So, here we go!!!!

Incubator

 

Welcome.

Welcome,

I have been a city girl for a few years now, but have not, and will never lose my country girl routes.  Sadly for a few years I lost myself in the hustle and bustle of city living, but am happy to say I am slowly making my way back again to the life I love, and the air I miss breathing, everyday.  I grew up on a very small hobby horse farm in a very small town outside Ottawa, ON.  My life time dream after losing my childhood family farm, has always been to one day get back to my roots.  Well, for the past year myself, and my fiance have been slowly more and more pulling away from the hustle and bustle and becoming more familiar with today’s homestead ideas. However, what I have noticed is all my old school knowledge, from my childhood, is more valuable then I first thought.

Please follow along, on our new adventure, of me getting back to my routes, and our learning experiences along the way!