|Sows just after they were moved to their spring farrowing pasture.|
We are praying for warm weather before they give birth
The following are some pictures documenting the internship experience of the worlds oldest intern.
|Hogs in their winter home|
|Baby lambs at Paradox Farm|
|This Paradox Farm calves father is one of Gerald Frys bulls|
|Happy Pigs on pasture at Seven Pines Farm and Fence|
|Six nursing at once would give any mother a headache!|
|This sow buried her pigs in the straw to help keep them warm and safe|
|This picture documents the excellent manure distribution achieved with|
winter bale grazing of this pasture. Purpose was to increase organic matter
and nutrients to improve soil health of pasture.
|Pasture Pork Workshop at Seven Pines Farm and Fence|
Pastured Pork video
|Calf stays with mother for the first 24 to 48 hours and then is weaned|
|Weaning the calf|
|Weaned calf has to be taught how to drink from a bottle.|
Calf is being fed milk from mother. They are weaned and bottle fed because it makes
them tamer, better handling milk cows when the grow up.
I will post the rest of the photos from my internship in Part-II