It's Time for The Rabbits to Go!

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  • Published on:  Friday, April 12, 2019
  • We are making some changes to the rabbits on the homestead by giving away part of our herd. There are also ALOT of new things happening. Let's take a walk around and see how things are going.

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  • Juanita Dafler

    Juanita Dafler

     yesterday

    I wish you could send some of those crows my way to help chase off some of my hawks. I have lost plenty of chickens due to them.

  • DSGB 94

    DSGB 94

     1 months ago

    I would love to work on a farm or ranch. Sadly, I live and work in the city (Atlanta).

  • Megan Torres

    Megan Torres

     1 months ago

    love art and bri

  • Megan Torres

    Megan Torres

     1 months ago

    those are big rabbit

  • Lunker Pond

    Lunker Pond

     1 months ago

    If you haven't done so yet. Cut half of the limbs off of that tree. With any fruit tree, you want to cut off any branches that reach toward the ground and you want to prune the tree back to where you can throw your hat through the tree and it will reach the other side. That tree will likely produce fruit if you cut a bunch of branches off.

  • John Turner

    John Turner

     1 months ago

    Weird! When I saw the thumbnail, I thought Greta Thunberg had taken on the rabbits! Why,? What did they do for global warming?

  • Bruce Fuller

    Bruce Fuller

     1 months ago

    Some kind of stone fruit. Could also be a Bradford pear. Those things shoot up everywhere. If the blooms stink, then it’s a Bradford

  • Rob Boone

    Rob Boone

     1 months ago

    How large is your homestead?

  • Sharon Thompson

    Sharon Thompson

     1 months ago

    Yuk, no reason for fur.

  • Non Available

    Non Available

     1 months ago

    Fkng Breeders Monsters /parasites living off the backs of poor innocents defenceless animals !!! SHAME ON YOU EVIL LOSERS !!! , am really glad for the pigs running away from your evil backstabbing ways and taking a chance on the wild where they are much better off no matter what !!! at least they have a real fighting chance now , while living under your control was a sure sad death sentence

  • letzfly01

    letzfly01

     1 months ago

    Just found your Chanel, have you done a video on the business side of things, like license, inspections and cost for example

  • Sam Nikole

    Sam Nikole

     1 months ago

    If you want to get rid of your crows,shoot one and hang it up in your garden. That will deter them indefinitely as Paul Gauchi said

  • X X

    X X

     1 months ago

    A few crows can't hurt, you are on their land, you do welcome the bees.

  • Mattie Ott

    Mattie Ott

     1 months ago

    I love watching all the birds and animals come out of their houses . The ducks are my favorite. They are so comical. Take care and God bless .

  • David Chambers

    David Chambers

     1 months ago

    7:30 doesn't look like cherry (definitely not wild black cherry) or plum to me... can't ID it though.

  • David Chambers

    David Chambers

     1 months ago

    Also, don't worry about the top of the fruit tree as the bottom - the roots are more important - you can always saw the tree off and graft a couple of scions on there and you'll have a better variety producing in 2-3 years. I'm in Arkansas and I've been rooting fruit trees from hardwood cuttings for a few years now. I would definitely give peach, pear and even apple and cherry a try, depending on variety. Hardy Mulberry from Gurney's have rooted easily and they grow FAST - Brown Turkey fig is also very productive and easy to root (super easy). I just started doing the pruning around here (I'm the only one interested in doing it, apparently, lol - so I get all the cuttings!) - it's Thanksgiving and we got a couple hard freezes and mostly the leaves are off (not completely). I can send you some cuttings if you wanna try it... I have apples, pears, peaches, cherries, mulberries, figs etc..

  • David Chambers

    David Chambers

     1 months ago

    Looks like you've got a good split on that fruit tree, the orchards I've been to and seen on youtube get that divide right on down to about 18" off the ground. They like three or four branch split at that point. People around here usually ruin every fruit tree that gets planted at some point by hacking the limbs off up to head high so they can mow under it - I call them mow-rons.

  • Heather11268

    Heather11268

     1 months ago

    THOSE RABBITS NEED A LITTLE HUTCH TO GO INTO OUT OF THE ELEMENTS. THIS IS INHUMANE LIVING CONDITIONS, THEY SHOULDNT HAVE TO BALANCE ON WIRE ALL THE TIME. I HAD RABBITS AND I WOULD NEVER HAVE DONE THIS.

  • cp canadian

    cp canadian

     1 months ago

    i like your vids but only question is, isn't it boring without people around, i mean i love the life but myself i couldn't do it without at least 10 people with me to share together, it just seems it's just you and sarah and two kids that go to school and that just boring

  • DebYah Ysrael

    DebYah Ysrael

     1 months ago

    Rocks are grown in Missouri.......HaHaHa!!