Having a goat first aid kit set up in a cupboard ready to go reduces a lot of stress when you are dealing with a sick or injured animal as everything you need is there together. I suggest you assemble these things and create a kit and keep it somewhere handy. This isn’t just a goat first aid kit, you can use these things for most animal situations, and humans too.
Kombucha seems to be all the rage these days. Drinking it is the new super cool thing to be doing. We have been drinking and making kombucha for years in our house.
We have embraced the gluten-free lifestyle in our house. There are a few exceptions, but generally, we are gluten free and wheat free. Starting out going gluten free or preparing a meal without gluten or doing some gluten free baking for the first time can be very daunting. However, I am here to make it easier for you! Continue reading “10 Tips for Gluten Free Living”
I have been no ‘poo for over a year now. I will never go back to commercial products now that I have found a way to get clean hair without shampoo.
So I don’t use shampoo anymore. Why don’t I use shampoo? Well, there are a few reasons actually. The first reason being that actually shampoo is a modern convenience designed to make a company money, and the more you use it the more you need it.
In general small numbers of fleas, lice or mites seldom cause any issue, but given the right conditions, their populations will explode exponentially.
Sorry boys, this one is for the ladies! (It is about lady things…So off you go, find something else to read)
We used a goats milk formula for our baby number three and I so wish I knew about it for my other two babies. I seriously struggled to make enough breast milk. Like really struggled.
You may remember me sharing our homemade toothpaste recipe as an alternative to toothpaste that you can buy in the shops. If not, you can read about it here. It works just fine, don’t get me wrong, but my kids flat out refused to use it. And to be honest, I got sick of unblocking the drain from the coconut oil. That stuff can STICK.
Having a rabbit first aid kit set up and in a cupboard ready to go reduces a lot of stress when you are dealing with a sick or injured animal as everything you need is there together. I suggest you assemble these things and create a kit and keep it somewhere handy. This isn’t just a rabbit first aid kit, you can use these things for most animal situations, and humans too.