Daily Digest #70 - Goats, Bridges and Fertile Soil
Being sustainable means we have to plan for a renewable future as much as we replenish and maintain what we already have. Reusing, recycling and maintaining are all part of that.
"There are certain kinds of "goat lice" that can show up on goats, especially in the colder months. Usually once the temperature starts heating up they disappear on their own, but we didn't want to wait. We figured that the sooner we could rid our goats of their uninvited "friends" the better."
Replenishing the soil that we farm is incredibly important. Constantly farming the same crops year in year out or planting in soil that has lacks natural nutrients is going to leave us with a poor harvest.
Helping to promote forest camping and country walking, this bridge made from reclaimed pallets now connects 2 forest paths at 'No Man's Land Extravaganza'.
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