Watch while these two men pack a hay bale using this ingenious manual baler.
It was a big step in storing more hay in the same area where loose hay used to be pitched and stacked.
Tillers in Mich. is helping 3rd world country folks build and use them now.
It was my pleasure to sponsor two of the 4H trophies this year. I received these two thank yous from the young people who won.
A recent video I took of the sheep. Heading out to pasture. Not much for conversation but they will answer back when I talk to them.
Someone is going to be sleeping under a WARM quilt this winter!
Angora rabbits are soft, warm animals with long fur that need to be groomed regularly. Some animals shed it so you can comb or pluck it off them, while others have to be sheared. Here is more about the history of the Angora rabbit on The Spruce.
These images are bunny wool fleeces from a customer who raise several rabbits.
Fleeces are washed in a “washing bag”.
I washed the Angora wool in batches.
Fleeces are put in a thick towel, rolled up, and LIGHTLY patted to help remove more moisture before laying the fleeces out on dry towels to dry.
This is is THREE bunny fleeces after being washed.