Friday, May 20, 2011

The gentle approach to animals saves time and money
Gene Logsdon, The Contrary Farmer, from Mulligan Books

With a very small number of animals on a homestead, the whole tenor of livestock management differs from that of the commercial farm. You get to know your few animals well as individuals, and you become almost friends with them. Chore time becomes pleasurable. If you have hostile animals, you can get rid of them and buy others. And, if after a while you cannot find gentle animals, nature is telling you something.

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