Lorinne Anderson wrote:.....
Now, can someone please explain to me how come every where but OUR driveway is snow free? The old "cobblers kids have no shoes" scenario, me thinks.
Thomas A. Cahan wrote:.... please stop; getting hungry/dizzy... Oh German food.....
Annie Collins wrote:
John Weiland wrote: Edited to add that I do have a decent egg replacer so that part is taken care of already.
Which egg replacer do you use, John?
elle sagenev wrote:Googled it and apparently she's showing dominance because she's never had rules, which I do believe. SO, maybe we can teach her who the boss is and if not, there's still a gun.
Jay Angler wrote:.....it also occurred to me that she may be the pig equivalent of "Human Imprinted" rather than having been taught manners by being part of a pig family, which could be aggravating the situation. If you get time to observe her with the boars, see if she seems to "speak pig" with them?
....aaand one more addition to address this comment which may or may not be of use. We keep pieces of livestock panel handy....the 36" high stuff cut to 4-5 ft lengths. If we need to corral a pig or worry about aggressiveness, we always have one nearby or in-hand. Just keep it as a divider between you and them whenever possible. Cleary I would be foolish to try this with the 700 - 800 pounders, but for Kune's and pots, it seems to work pretty well. If worried about their strength at lifting the bottom of the fence piece, just slip the toe of your boot over the bottom-most strand of the panel to keep him/her from lifting.
elle sagenev wrote: I'll just be the only one allowed to feed the pigs until then.
Miles Flansburg wrote:My JD 500 industrial backhoe has a lever that disconnects the transmission from the engine so that the engine can start and warm up without having to push the transmission. Do you have anything like that?
Cindy Loos wrote:Just a question. . .
I have a lawn planted with endophyte seed. Can I compost the grass clippings?
Or does it resist composting to a point?
If I spread the grass clippings on my veggie garden. . .
Will it help or hinder the soil & plants?
Please- a simple answer that I can understand
Rhys Firth wrote:
B T W, Endophytes are fungal, not bacterial.