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Talking about laying in non-perishables which won't get used and strange shortages in the grocery stores--

There are a lot of kids who are going to get sardines in their Easter baskets this year.
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E-Gads!!!! Yuk!

Hey Di, sardines are one of my fav dieting foods, packed in water, local gro brand, so cheap.


SD's Kick A$$ Sardine Salad
(Sardines, Broccoli, Onions, Serrano Pepper, Chinese Hot Mustard, Thai Red Pepper- Makes you eat slow & don't wolf down, Dobe style!...)



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Mila=Eva=Dober Divas?


Eva sometimes has same attitude about going out with rest of pack for routine potty times. She'll burrow down in the doggie bed and won't budge. Either a little "push on the toosh" or just shaking a chain traffic lead will get her a$$ in gear.

Invariably, if she doesn't go out for the late evening potty break, she will wake me at 0200 hrs. with a paw pat on my arm or lick on the face. Somehow, she can hear (or smell?) the possum activity in backyard and wants out to "potty". Of course, I know I've been had when Eva excitedly bolts out, as I crack the door open. Let the barking possum hunt* begin....

Why did I've never read on this DT forum about how stubborn Dobergals are before we adopted our girl?

What really tweaks DW is when I explain that Eva is just learning her stubbornness from the other gals in the household...



*(The "pack" has only caught one possum in past, bringing the limp body to DW at backdoor. She thought is was "dead" and picked up by tail to put in garbage bag, which then it woke up and scurried off, after dogs were inside!)

LOL yep that is Mila....hmm not sure I want to tell my wife that! I might get tweaked!
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Talking about laying in non-perishables which won't get used and strange shortages in the grocery stores--

There are a lot of kids who are going to get sardines in their Easter baskets this year.
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E-Gads!!!! Yuk!
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Hey Di, sardines are one of my fav dieting foods, packed in water, local gro brand, so cheap.


SD's Kick A$$ Sardine Salad
(Sardines, Broccoli, Onions, Serrano Pepper, Chinese Hot Mustard, Thai Red Pepper- Makes you eat slow & don't wolf down, Dobe style!...)

I am with LadyDi - E-Gads double and triple Yuck!


On a positive note for Easter Basket - I already got mine a week ago. My wife emailed me at work and said surprise with a photo of my Easter Basket!!!!

It is a felt bag in the shape of a bunny. Filled with Peeps and other assorted candy! That was outstandingly nice of her!!!
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Huh, I didn't get my bread started in time so I'm waiting until tomorrow. I don't want to be finishing up when Rich gets home and make him do the unloading by himself while I wait for the bread to be done. So I'm here instead!

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Thanks for "Love Acres" farm report, Lannie. Is that a take off on "Green Acres"?
No, actually, Rich started calling our place Love Achers (get it?) when we had our little place back in Oregon. It's because we end up with the cast-offs, the injured, the sick, you name it, and we never turn anyone away. Everyone is loved here. Anyway, he made a big sign that hung on our old barn that said "Love Acres" (so he wouldn't have to keep explaining it...) and we brought it with us when we moved. It's still Love Acres here, as you might have already gathered. All the cats and orphan calves and stray dogs (haven't had one of those recently), etc. We love everybody.

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We learn stuff from your daily reports everyday about animals and farming.
I suspect, even our veteran farmer Ken, might pickup a few tidbits, as well. Could be wrong, but I don't think Doc has been making homemade cheese and butter recently?
See, but he's a crop farmer and I'm a hobby farmer. I do lots of little different things, and he does a few big things. If he had a milk cow, I'm sure he COULD make cheese and butter, though, because it's not hard, but you do need a cow. We get so much more than milk from the cows, though. We have calves to sell every year (usually) for hay money, we have more cow manure than any person has a right to (HA!) which we compost and make into the most beautiful garden soil you've ever seen. The cows can keep our chickens fed, too, if need be. In the winter, I often keep a bucket of clabber going for the chickens because it has everything they need, nutrition-wise, and they could live on nothing but that if they had to. And cows are just as smart as dogs, and just as trainable. You might not believe that (I didn't, at first), but it's 100% true. There are days that I must admit, I am not smarter than my cows. And I probably shouldn't say this out loud, but when we need some melt-in-your-mouth-tender, grass-fed beef, it's walking around right out there. ===>

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Lannie, you are an amazing person! I can tell. I want to come visit you. Everything you are doing, I love.
LOL! You might not love the dirty parts! But I bet you'd love going out in the morning and coming back in the house with a couple gallons of fresh milk and half a dozen eggs. And watching a new calf being born, and the amazing tenderness that big cow has for her tiny baby. I'm still awed by that every time, even after all these years and all the calves that have been born here. Oh, and even though I'm starting to think of chickens as an "invasive species," (LOL!), there are not very many more adorable sights than a new mama hen with a passle of tiny fuzzballs that she just hatched, unless it's pile of fuzzy kittens (all those round blue eyes!) that one of the barn cats just had.

And all that is what make the dirty parts worth doing.

But you are more than welcome to visit any time, and if you do, I'll send you home with a dozen free chickens! (ROFL! Now she'll never come!)

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Question about cow not letting down milk--I know in people that the extra pressure of excess milk production once baby in weaned makes the mom start to dry off--baby is no longer nursing so body gets the hint to stop producing. Your milking acts the same as a baby in terms of keeping milk production up, I imagine, but if a cow is purposely holding out on you, will she start to produce less?
Oh, yes, the law of supply and demand is universal. Usually, the cow will let down before anything is lost, however, Miss Bandit sometimes went down a noticeable amount after her two-week hiatus. Dairy cows will tend to keep milking, no matter what, and beef cows are more likely to dry up when you take their calf away, whether you milk them or not. One of my cows is 3/4 Angus and she'll only go a month, MAYBE, after her calf is weaned, then that's it, she's done. Cricket is 3/4 Jersey and she'll go for a very long time. She raised two calves this time, her own (6 months) and then Oliver (9 months), and she still has a good amount of milk. Which I still did not get this morning, by the way. Bad Cricket! She's pregnant now, and as she gets closer to her due date, hormones will dictate she reduce her milk supply to prepare for the new baby. I always dry them off at least 60 days before they're due so they can be in tip-top condition and have good colostrum when the baby comes.

When it's time to dry them off, I just stop milking. They're full for a few days, and sometimes so full they stream milk down their legs, but if I milk then, it just sets everything back to square one, so I have to just let them be. After a week, they're not quite so full, and usually after a month, there's no more milk in there.

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Ooops, I spelled "passel" wrong up there. ^^^ I always do that, it's the one word I always miss.
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Ooops, I spelled "passel" wrong up there. ^^^ I always do that, it's the one word I always miss.
That's OK; even I make mistakes sometimes.
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That's OK; even I make mistakes sometimes.
But you jut can't remember when ---------------- Right Mel ???
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And the older I get, the worse my memory gets.

Therefore in the foreseeable future, I will be perfect in everything I do.

I'm close already.
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I am with LadyDi - E-Gads double and triple Yuck!


On a positive note for Easter Basket - I already got mine a week ago. My wife emailed me at work and said surprise with a photo of my Easter Basket!!!!

It is a felt bag in the shape of a bunny. Filled with Peeps and other assorted candy! That was outstandingly nice of her!!!
You got peeps !!!! I love peeps!!!
And jelly beans.....black ones are my favorite.
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You like black jelly beans? Preferentially?

What a strange person you are!
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Well?

Good Evening Peeps?

Not to take away from the levity of this thread but, I'm on furlough. I still have a job, just not getting paid. Benefits will continue. I am blessed!

Carry on with your antics everybody!

I pray for this world.

In the name of the Lord, Jesus Christ.

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I am with LadyDi - E-Gads double and triple Yuck!


On a positive note for Easter Basket - I already got mine a week ago. My wife emailed me at work and said surprise with a photo of my Easter Basket!!!!

It is a felt bag in the shape of a bunny. Filled with Peeps and other assorted candy! That was outstandingly nice of her!!!
I would only try sardines if they were being shoved down my throat.

Keep your sardines.

Everything else looks tasty, though.

Now, can we talked about Peeps?

I don't care what color my peep is.But, for some reason the yellow ones taste better.

And, I am serious!

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That's OK; even I make mistakes sometimes.

She sure does!

Don't give me anymore reasons to throw you under the bus, Ma!

Oops!

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You like black jelly beans? Preferentially?

What a strange person you are!
You mean licorice?

I love licorice!

Has everyone forgot about Good and Plenty?

No, I am not buying it in mass quantity.
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I bet Oliver likes licorice!
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"According to a survey done by the American Licorice Company, people who prefer red licorice see themselves as sensible, practical, and down-to-earth. They tend to be more pragmatic and conservative, and they like to have things planned as opposed to leaving things to chance.

Black licorice fans consider themselves more wild and crazy. They like spontaneity and the thrill of adventure and are more likely to be outspoken, freely share their opinions with others and often feel as though they’re going a million miles an hour."


I like red licorice.
SP and LDi like black licorice.

'nuff said.
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"According to a survey done by the American Licorice Company, people who prefer red licorice see themselves as sensible, practical, and down-to-earth. They tend to be more pragmatic and conservative, and they like to have things planned as opposed to leaving things to chance.

Black licorice fans consider themselves more wild and crazy. They like spontaneity and the thrill of adventure and are more likely to be outspoken, freely share their opinions with others and often feel as though they’re going a million miles an hour."


I like red licorice.
SP and LDi like black licorice.

'nuff said.
I dabble in red licorice, too.

Ma, you are being mean.

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I really like the half red , half black ones myself !
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Good Night All!

Not pissed at anyone.

Just plumb wore out from stress of what is going on. I will win. And so will my friends.




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"According to a survey done by the American Licorice Company, people who prefer red licorice see themselves as sensible, practical, and down-to-earth. They tend to be more pragmatic and conservative, and they like to have things planned as opposed to leaving things to chance.

Black licorice fans consider themselves more wild and crazy. They like spontaneity and the thrill of adventure and are more likely to be outspoken, freely share their opinions with others and often feel as though they’re going a million miles an hour."


I like red licorice.
SP and LDi like black licorice.

'nuff said.

Well, here we go on the Great licorice debate on the CT!

I really did not think it would come to this.

Okay, I will be the first one up to the plate. It's my only go to when I am out of Jager.
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Good morning everyone (that includes Stryker) !
Yes jelly beans are great ...and doc I have never seen jelly beans that are two different colors ....prove it!
Also I am taking a poll......how many of you still make or receive special Easter baskets with candy and stuff?
I always give a chocolate rabbit to Scott........when we first started living together years ago I bought SCott a chocolate rabbit....he is conservative and makes his candy last.....so after a few weeks I ate the ears off his rabbit. No big deal as it sat on the frig door for weeks .....did not think that he would even care.....boy was I wrong. It was the first time in my life I was educated about my rude behavior. He went to eat his rabbit and he was so dis-appointed in me.......I seriously has no idea he would react in the way he did......he said the ears was the best part. The chocolate body of the rabbit remained so I explained its all the same chocolate .....Scott did not agree......he actually pouted. Since then I have never helped myself to his stashed candy pieces. The law has been written I must wait until it it offered!!!!!!! This is learning to live together ..........
This MIGHT be the first year that Scott gets no candy ......with all the rush in the grocery stores.
Hey Scott does all the grocery shopping ...maybe after all these years he will buy me a chocolate rabbit???
This is a good way to kill some time.....I will begin devising my newest ploys in pursuit of ......“getting my own chocolate rabbit “ as a gift from Scott.
Accepting ideas !!!
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Good Morning All!

Funny story Cuz!

I am with Scotty.

The ears are the best part of the bunny!

Back off my malted chocolate covered Easter eggs, while you are at it! Get your own bag!

I can put myself in a coma with those things!

And! Where are my yellow peeps?

Filed for unemployment.

The only thing I will be able to pay for is my house and truck.

I can't imagine where horse food would fit into this equation.

Very appreciative that my contacts came in yesterday. I was worried that they would end up in lock down. Had them delivered to work instead of home. Goats might have ate them had they been delivered to the house!

Let's get through crazy situation, friends!
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