Production will begin as soon as all the babies have landed, so to speak. We have one more doe in baby watch. As soon as her babies decide to join the Sleeping Dog Ranch herd, we’re off and running into soap and lotion production.
In the meantime, I’ve been focusing on getting the barn clean then keeping it clean. So far, so good. I’ve learned that if I clean it a little bit every day, stuff (our natural fertilizer) doesn’t pile up so high. Hence, it doesn’t weigh so much so I can carry it. Whew, what muscles I’m building.
I love my new horse. Don’t get me wrong, but it sure would be nice if he’d poop outside. How do I train a horse to not poop in the barn?
I’m open to suggestions from you horse owners out there who can tell me how to poop train a horse. The water hose gets him moving but I can’t stay out in the barn and watch him all the time. I would if I could, he is handsome. I dreamed about him last night … but … that’s another story.
As I said earlier, we gave plenty of goat milk frozen and ready for production. All I gotta do is get these babies on their feet so I can get in the factory. Everyone one is doing well and progressing as expected. So, I’ll be in the factory pretty soon. Looking forward to it.
I’ll let you know when our production line begins.