Why did Nance from Homesteader Supply move her homestead from Arizona to Wisconsin? What’s it like to move your beloved animals cross country? How do you improve pastures in a new place? All that and more on today’s episode of Know Your Food with Wardee.
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What’s in Episode #4?
In this episode of Know Your Food with Wardee, I’m visiting with Nance Sparks from HomesteaderSupply.com. She recently moved her homestead from Arizona to Wisconsin. We talked about the differences between Arizona and Wisconsin for raising dairy, why she moved, how she moved her animals cross country, improving her pastures for Cookie cow and pal horse Do, and much more.
She’s got some great stories about Cookie cow and Do, and some sad stories about Sally, another milk cow. Nance is a great guest. You’ll really enjoy listening to her stories and her wisdom.
So make yourself a cup of tea and then click play. 🙂
What’s Coming Up…
The raw dairy series continues, and next week I’ll be talking about culturing your own dairy at home. If you’ve ever wondered how to get started with that, or you want to know more about it, be sure to come back next Friday.
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