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Getting bodily fluids from a 700 lb pig and other cool farm stuff

Getting bodily fluids from a 700 lb pig and other cool farm stuff Getting bodily fluids from a 700 lb pig Here at BOTL Farm, we’ve done lots of weird medical stuff to our animals over the years (when necessary, not recreationally). Right now, we’re working closely with our vets to try and diagnose a breeding issue we’re having in some […]

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Tiny dinosaurs, dragon dip, and other farm updates!

Tiny dinosaurs, dragon dip, and other farm updates! Winter is the new spring: chicks are ordered Here at BOTL Farm, we propose that winter is the new spring. Most people think spring is the time to get chicks, probably because that’s when farm stores have the little peepers peeping away in metal troughs. As serious farmers,

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A matriarch retires and other farm updates

A matriarch retires and other farm updates A matriarch retires Here at BOTL Farm, back when we were young and naive, we never intended to raise sheep. When we were in the beginning stages of putting together our thoughts and money to buy a farm, we wrote a 35-page business plan and it had zero mentions of sheep. Luckily,

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New Goatlets (or is it goatlettes?)

New Goatlets (or is it goatlettes?) New Goatlets (or is it goatlettes?) Okay, they’re technically called goat kids. Anyways, have we mentioned that here at BOTL Farm, we have plans? One of our plans is our “birthing plan.” Our sheep and goats typically breed in the fall so they birth in early spring. This gives

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