Spring is a wonderful time of the year, full of new beginnings and fresh starts. If you are an avid gardener, you are probably looking forward to the coming spring season with great anticipation. After a long winter of dormancy, it’s time to start preparing your garden for the warmer months ahead. Here are some … More Are you ready for spring?
Update from the pasture. Talking about my history with sheep. The breeds of sheep and the Rambouillet breed. How my future as a shepherd looks. I discuss the history of our herd and breeding genetics. Captions not available for this video.
This morning I check on the fall crops. I enjoy my favorite variety of radish. Nothing beats fresh from the ground veggies. Captions not available for this video.
I discuss how fall is here by seeing the changing of the sunlight color, clouds and vegetation in the Navajo language. Captions not available for this video.
I discuss how fall is here by seeing the changing of the sunlight color, clouds and vegetation. Captions not available for this video.
I share my memories of my mom and give an overview of our morning. Captions not available for this video.
I covered the bare spots near my sheep pen the other week with manure and hay waste. Let’s see how it is doing. Also, you get to meet our new members of the herd. Debouillet sheep from Jones Ranch in Tatum, NM. Resources that may interest you. Debouillet Sheep – Oklahoma State University “Punch” Jones … More Checking on the bare spots and introducing our new members of the herd.
We brought home 3 grape plants and a black walnut tree. We will be planting our fruit trees and grape plants. Our new venture towards self reliance and creating a stable homestead. Video Captions
This afternoon I cleaned out the holding areas of my sheep pen. I spread the manure and hay waste on the pasture for cover after broadcasting done pasture seeds. Video Captions What’s up everybody? Happy Thursday afternoon. Good. Thursday afternoon. Hope y’all are doing wonderful. Today. Had a pretty busy afternoon and dudes were out … More Cleaned out the holding areas in the sheep pen.
The beginning of our fruit orchard. 6 trees to start with. Video Captions What’s happening folks? How’s it going? Hope be able having a wonderful Thursday with a short day of work today and shout out to my cousin-in-law for blessing me with some funds and guess what I got. Got some fruit trees, baby. … More Fruit Trees to start our orchard
After the monsoon rains we are checking the pasture to see how some of bare spots have recovered.
A fun productive Sunday for me. Fall crops planted and cover crops seeded as well. … More Fall Planting and Cover Crop Planting
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Garden walk – January 5, 2022 Let’s have a look at the garden shall we. We see the cotton wood garden and it’s, I just let it go crazy. Last year, I didn’t do anything. This is all just a mixture of native vegetation, native plants and inter cropped with like some, uh, cover crop … More January Garden Walk
I discuss the basics of layering in winter weather for shepherds. Or for any outdoor activity that you have in mind. Enjoy. You can get the LGG hoodie in 3 colors at https://shop.laughinggoatgardens.com Music is courtesy of Epidemic Sound get a One Month FREE trial with this link – https://www.epidemicsound.com/referra…
Catching up the dudes on pasture. Jeremy needs to get quicker to catch a rabbit. You can get the LGG hoodie in 3 colors at https://shop.laughinggoatgardens.com Music is courtesy of Epidemic Sound get a One Month FREE trial with this link – https://www.epidemicsound.com/referra…
Catching up with my flock on the pasture and spotting a helicopter flying overhead. The next day it was flying over following a similar path. You can get the LGG hoodie in 3 colors at https://shop.laughinggoatgardens.com Music is courtesy of Epidemic Sound get a One Month FREE trial with this link – https://www.epidemicsound.com/referra…
It’s a sad day on the ranch. My horse of 24 years has passed away. She was an amazing ranch horse and trail horse. We have been through so much when we were both young. I got her when she was just turning 2 and was pregnant. She was part of a wild horse herd … More A Sad Day on the Ranch
Comparing mics for my iPhone 12. I compare a Bilivein lavalier mic, a Pixel M80 shotgun mic and the built in mic on the iPhone 12. Bilivein Lavalier Mic – https://amzn.to/3sQfiwfPixel M80 – https://amzn.to/3mRWGseUBeeSize Tripod – https://amzn.to/3eKopX0 You can get the LGG hoodie in 3 colors at https://shop.laughinggoatgardens.com Music is courtesy of Epidemic Sound get … More Microphone comparison.
Today we unpack a few new Laughing Goat Gardens merchandise that will be available soon in the LGG Shop. You can get the LGG hoodie in 3 colors at https://shop.laughinggoatgardens.com Music is courtesy of Epidemic Sound get a One Month FREE trial with this link – https://www.epidemicsound.com/referra…
This was the last time I hung out with my horse, Keeree. She passed a week after I shot this video. It was a sad day for me when I went to check on my horses and saw Keeree laying there, motionless. I had tried my best to not think the worst on this moment … More The Last Time I Hung Out with Keeree
Well, well, well the Mischievous Duo (Kate and Stella) strike again. They lead the party into the housing area. I see Kate leading the herd across the road. She is growing up and very ambitious. I believe we might have a new alpha goat of the herd. I do a bit of roping to see … More The Mischievous Duo Strike Again
My first YouTube short of the dogs digging for field mice and an afternoon on the pasture with the Dudes. Enjoy y’all. You can get the LGG hoodie in 3 colors at https://shop.laughinggoatgardens.com Music is courtesy of Epidemic Sound get a One Month FREE trial with this link – https://www.epidemicsound.com/referra… Let’s get social
A short video with some uplifting music for the holidays. Enjoy y’all. You can get the LGG hoodie in 3 colors at https://shop.laughinggoatgardens.com Music is courtesy of Epidemic Sound get a One Month FREE trial with this link – https://www.epidemicsound.com/referra… Let’s get social
This morning my Uncle and I fixed two sections of fence line. Our fence damage is caused primarily by the local wildlife, elk, deer, and pronghorn antelope. They damaged the fence line when they are jumping over the fence or crawling underneath. You can get the LGG hoodie in 3 colors at https://shop.laughinggoatgardens.com Music is … More Another Fence Repair
Organization… Of sorts Over the weekend we organized the storage room a bit. Just the beginning of what we want to do with this room.
Building a raised garden box We build a raised garden bed box. Prepping for spring. This is the first box out of six we plan to build for the front yard.
Remnants of an old sheep corral Remnants of an old sheep corral and I find a potential future sheep corral location. Music is courtesy of Epidemic Sound.
Jazz Christmas Music Mix with 16 Christmas Favorites Try some new Christmas music this year for your holiday parties or family get together with a mix of 16 Christmas favorites in soft Jazz style. Music is courtesy of Epidemic Sound (<– Click the link for a One Month Trial).
LoFi Christmas Music Mix of 10 Christmas Favorites A mix of 10 Christmas songs in lo-fi version. Set in front of a wood burning stove, fireplace. This is a bit different and I hope you all enjoy. Songs are courtesy of Epidemic Sound (<– Click the link for a One Month Trial).
Wood hauling and a Shepherd in training. We get more firewood for the winter and my brother’s dog has been hanging out at our house so we see how he takes to the role of shepherd.
Fence repair. Today I do some fence repair with my uncle.
Merchandise unboxing, hoof trim for the horses, and a river walk. This week I go over a bit of my background on roping. I unbox the sample merchandise I ordered. The farrier trims my horses hooves and we take a trip along the river.
Logo revision, separating the ram from the herd and a trip to Albuquerque, NM. This week we are revising the LGG logo. Separating the ram from the herd and Mr. Jocko gets a new home. We take a weekend trip to Albuquerque, NM and enjoy our morning on top of the Sandia Peaks.
Roping, shelves, geocaching, and the mischievous duo. Week 41 Video. Roping practice and I purchase couple of new ropes. We take a trip and find giant Karmen. Discovering geocaching and the mischievous duo join my neighbor’s herd.
The Back Porch is Done This week’s video is a bit short but here we are. We make a hay run, give the old cabinets a facelift, and talk of weather.
Attach of the Burs This week we are finishing up the kitchen remodel, one piece missing to finish the back porch and giving you all an update on the pasture. Oh and we can’t forget the burs.
Roping Practice This afternoon I am practicing my roping skills with two different ropes. I know I will never be roping a steer but I enjoy this as a hobby.
Live From the Pasture An update covering the past five months. I recorded this while I was herding the sheep and goats so please mind the nature elements.
2020 Year in Review A detailed recap on a few topics I briefly talked about in my videos.
A Delayed Storm Moves In We finally get the storm that was predicted for Wednesday on Monday to move in on Saturday morning. Yay!!! More moisture.
Processed Goat. Dog. Dogs. More Dogs. And a Calf. We start the week off processing a goat. The farm dogs, Rollo and Clubber are the stars of this week’s video.
Daily Walks are Back and a CHALLENGE is Set. With the temperatures warming up we are back on our daily walks. I set a challenge for myself this week.
More Snow, Old Tarps, and Happy Dogs This week we get more snow and I get to shovel it as it melts a bit. The dogs are enjoying the cold weather and the snow.
A Beautiful Moon and a Blizzard Moves In. This week we start with beautiful sunrises, goats keep asking for grain, our winter hay is at 40%, my brothers truck breaks down, and a blizzard moves in.
Garden Beds are Mulched. We Process a Goat. Graphic Warning at 16:06. Broadcast seeded spring cover crops, mulched my garden beds, and we process a goat.Epidemic Sound, thank your for the music!
Another Snow Day. Dogs are Loving it. A weekend snowstorm, it’s cold, I do some spring prep in the garden, and the horses get some grain.
Hiking and LGG Merch We start this week off with a small hike, the dudes are on pasture for a couple of days and I get my embroidered caps and beanies. We get our first snowfall this week as well. Thank you for watching.Thank you to Epidemic Sounds for providing me with music.
A Little Home Improvement This week we grill a chuck roast, make a little more home improvements, shooting with a finger tab, and time on the pasture with the sheep and goats.
Guess Who’s Back? Clubber comes home. The Dudes are on hay for most of the week because I caught a cold over the weekend. I get a COVID test and it was not what I was expecting. Finally, caught up with my weekly videos.Thank you for watching.
A Trip to the Range & a Foggy Morning This week we pop off a few rounds at the range. We have a foggy morning and we check on the minerals that we placed 10 days ago.
A BLIZZARD came through, & elk shed This week we had a small blizzard come through. Nothing stuck to the ground. It’s cold, taking my evening walk, and discussing the winter solstice. Found an elk shed and putting out rock minerals for the elk.
Rain, Hay, & Thoughts on Rebrand This week we got some rain, much needed. The sheep and goats stay in and get hay because the pasture is muddy. I go over my thoughts on rebranding my school district. Hanging out with Rollo on the haystack. Thank you for viewing.
Roasting 4 Bags of Blue Cornmeal This week we roast 4 bags of blue cornmeal because it is a bit nippy outside. Waiting on Clubber, being on pasture with the dudes and Sam’s long neck. Oh, and bit of chainsaw footage for the lumberjacks.
This week I get a new toy, parts for my truck come in, more practice with the bow, and some time on the pasture. … More 2020 Week 48 – Video
Robin Hooded Arrow, Cookies and Snow. It was a short week this week due to my changing schedule but, we did get some snow and we made some chocolate chip cookies. Oh and guess what? I Robin Hooded an arrow. Oh Yeah.
Chicken Processing & a Road Trip This week we finally received some much needed precipitation, we processed the meat birds and took a trip to Albuquerque, NM.
This week we got our first snowfall mixed with some rain. I work on my ranch truck fixing the valve cover leak and replace the front shocks. Enjoy y’all. See you next week.
This week we start off by butchering a goat for the family and enjoy the last of the warm calm days. We finish the trailer deck, we open boxes, and upgrade our ranch truck with a new exhaust system and brake system.
Howdy y’all. I hope this week is finding you well. My new weekly video is up. This video is from the previous week I was late with editing and and posting due to unforeseen events at home. I hope you all enjoy the video and do not forget to subscribe to the Laughing Goat Gardens … More 2020 Week 43 – Video
Episode 3 of the Laughing Goat Gardens Podcast is live. You can listen here or you can go to Spotify or Apple Podcast as well. Thank you for listening. https://www.buzzsprout.com/810230/2748127-episode-3.js?container_id=buzzsprout-player-2748127&player=small
My unused media for January 2020. … More January 2020 – Unused Media
Laughing Goat Garden’s December 2019 Recap. … More December 2019 – Unused Media
A compilation of my unused media from November 2019. Enjoy. … More November 2019 – Unused Media
Follow me as I prep for winter, wood hauling season is here. … More Fifth Entry – Wood Hauling