Given the opportunity, pigs quite enjoy building nests.
Here we have a Delaware Inspector reviewing terrier tunnel work. This hen is one of several in charge of examining cost overruns and design flaws that inevitably occur when searching for moles.
Here’s WINONA setting up to lose her fleece… but let the inspectors have a close look before allowing her to pass.
ALL HANDS – and hooves, paws – on deck for SHEARING DAY!
Physical activity is so closely connected with Nutrition when it comes to supporting your dog’s health. It’s good to eat right, it’s good to stay fit…. great things happen when you do both!
Seamus & Sam lifting their VO-2
Here’s Gracie, relieving a little muscular stress with a very good “Down Dog”
“Pollinators are what ecologists call keystone species. You know how an arch has a keystone. It’s the one stone that keeps the two halves of the arch together […] if you remove the keystone, the whole arch collapses”.
-May Berenbaum, Phd, Entomologist, from Silence of the Bees, PBS Nature
Though often solitary, gardeners never work alone.
The deeper into the Earth’s crust our archaeologists go, the farther back we travel into the human/canine relationship. This partnership has been resoundingly, a win – win.
Those ancient dogs were no dummies. We continue to feed them…
Slow down. Encourage better eating habits. Help your farmers grow.
Seed Savers Exchange Amish Deer Tongue Lettuce