Spot grazing overview in the Navajo language
This week’s video is in the Navajo language (Dine bizaad). I discuss how I started with spot grazing. How it is working out for me and why I started with this method. I also mention a few points on life and how to be a better human being. We do our best each day to…
Hillside of Needle and Thread Grass
Adding onto our video from the other week. In this video we talk about the Needle and Thread grass. We have a hillside that is covered with needle and thread grass. Follow me on my social media profiles:Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/laughinggoatg/Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/LaughingGoatGTikTok – https://www.tiktok.com/LaughingGoatGWebsite – https://www.laughinggoatgardens.com Thank you for your support.
Types of Vegetation on my Pasture
I’m showing y’all the types of vegetation that give me grief and frustration while I’m setting up my electrical nets. It’s funny, I confidently called winter fat rabbit brush almost the entirety of the video.
Spot Grazing and Invasive Plants
In this video I talk about my spot grazing and invasive plants. the 2 invasive plants I currently have in my pasture is foxtail and needle and thread grass.
5 Minutes of Pure Enjoyment.
Experience these 5 minutes of pure relaxation and enjoyment with me. This is the best time of the day for me. After I setup the paddocks I sit and enjoy the calm along with the sunset. Amazing. I hope you enjoy it as well.
Update from the pasture with the Dudes.
Good Saturday morning y’all. How y’all are well on this fantastic morning. I’m providing an overview of my pasture goals. I implemented electric netting to hold the herd in a certain location to graze for a day then move them the next day.
A New Method for ME.
Last month, I finally took the plunge and started using Premiere1’s electric netting with my herd of sheep and goats. I had been considering it for a few years now, but I finally decided to give it a try because of my time constraints with my full-time job. To help protect my animals, I added…
Update from the Pasture
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.
Checking on the Fall Crops
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.
Fall is in the Sunlight (Navajo Language).
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.
Fall is in the Sunlight
I discuss how fall is here by seeing the changing of the sunlight color, clouds and vegetation. Captions not available for this video.
Morning Overview and Memories Shared in the Navajo Language
I share my memories of my mom and give an overview of our morning. Captions not available for this video.