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The Daily Milk Cow

May 10, 2014
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The Daily Milk Cow

Morning after morning, day after day…..we milk a large Guernsey dairy cow named Dixie!  And when cousins come to visit the farm….they learn to milk a cow! 

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Follow Our Blog

May 30, 2013
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Just a reminder… You can follow our blog by clicking the FOLLOW button in the lower right hand corner.  It will notify you via email when we post on Vaughnshire.  After a long break, I am picking back up writing about farm life and will be blogging a homeschooling journal for the coming school year. …

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Why it is so hard to get farm eggs?

May 29, 2013
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Why it is so hard to get farm eggs?

It may not seem like a difficult task but we sometimes experience difficulty in getting the eggs from the farm safely into the house.  Sometimes it is due to weather conditions…not enough sunlight hours to promote good laying. Sometimes we have plenty of eggs but the kid carrying in the basket trips over the goat…

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May We Introduce You to The Penny Pantry?

February 8, 2010
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May We Introduce You to The Penny Pantry?

Great Deal on Diapers Here We gave you a tip of what was to come here.  Many of you know about the various shopping adventures Beth has had over the years and you may have noticed that some of her couponing articles have started to disappear from the blog.   Don’t despair, this is by…

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Vaughnshire Farm Modernization Act

January 28, 2010
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Vaughnshire Farm Modernization Act

You will notice several changes around the farm… uhm the farm web site that is.  It’s way too cold to be making changes outside. We are updating the site and trying to keep up with the latest changes in WordPress Technology. We have upgraded to a new theme, which I hope to write more about…

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We’re Back

January 13, 2010
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Ok, so why is the site moving around so much?  First we were at vaughnshire.com and then we moved to blog.vaughnshire.com, and now we moved it back to just plain O’ vaughnshire.com and to top it off we have hardly been posting at all.  Your probably wondering why we even need a blog at all…

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Slew of Posts

August 19, 2009
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Slew of Posts

Summer blog neglect…for sure…  However, I do have a slew of posts ready to be posted this week. 

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Too Much Information To Share

January 10, 2008
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Without the time to actually write the articles I thought it would be fun just to share the titles that would have been posted this week. Church is Good Patrick’s Chicks and Ducks Arrive; “Mostly” Dead It’s a Boy The Cow is Bred WordPress Upgrade Goes Awry Two Goats Bred; One Dead The Truck is Broke…

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Where Art Thou?

November 14, 2007
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As the seasons change, so does life and in our case it has been quite an eventful season change.  We have been extremely busy lately around here on the farm.  Fall has set in with a chill in the air and a feast of color.  We have several interesting posts on chicken tractors, milk barns, herbs,…

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Vaughnshire Site Outage

September 27, 2007
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We had some hosting issues and the site was down for most of the day today.  Everything is back on-line and seems to be running smoothly. In addition look for some updates from the road soon.  Ask yourself this question.  How does a family of 9 with seven small children, 2 cows, 3 goats, a…

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Annabelle’s Birth

January 18, 2006
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I will be posting Annabelle’s birth story on my website. I will update it later on in the week after I get back some more information from the midwife. During labor, she keeps a pretty detailed labor flow chart. I asked for a copy to put in Annabelle’s pregnancy journal and baby book. For now…here…

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Welcome to the New Josiah Project!

January 13, 2006
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I’m excited about the all new look of Josiah project. We have the Blog up and running, but it will be awhile before we are fully 100% operational. In the mean time be sure to check out Vision Tennessee for some hard hitting articles. EDITORS NOTE: Vision Tennessee has been merged with josiahproject.com as of…

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Shonda Parker Books

December 23, 2005
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Excellent and must haves for mommies— I ordered 2 of Shonda Parker’s books off her website and have almost finished The Naturally Healthy Pregnancy, The Essential Guide To Nutritional and Botanical Medicine For The Childbearing Years. Here is the link for the books: Naturally Healthy Website The other book is called Mommy Diagnostics, The Art…

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All about Fat

December 2, 2005
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Here is some info I have found in response to some questions about fat and beef: “Research shows that grass-fed beef contains fat that is actually good for you. grass-fed beef has more Omega-3 fatty acids, which reduce the risk of heart disease. Grass-fed also contains more beta-carotene and up to five times as much…

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Inching along at 8 months

November 23, 2005
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32 weeks pregnant and slowing…… As these last weeks approach, I have grand nesting plans. The problem is that my grand plans and my physical ability don’t match. I will try and aim my focus on completing those tasks that will aid in an easier last part of pregnancy and postpartum time. Some things on…

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