Down on the farm. Watermelons, Sweet Potatoes, Cucumbers, Tomatoes, Goats & more Part 1

Down on the farm. Watermelons, Sweet Potatoes, Cucumbers, Tomatoes, Goats & more Part 1

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  1. This is beautiful! The most high blessed you very well. Do you live 100%
    off your garden? Can you do a video on how to garden and what to plant in
    different seasons. Thanks for the vid.

  2. Wow, very impressive. Are you using NON-GMO seeds ,and organic pesticides?
    How do you keep the insects and small animals from eating your crops?

  3. You are on your way babyblue. At least you are growing something

  4. I love your farm, Please don’t kill the goats though…………..I take it
    your family isn’t vegan?

  5. I wish i had that much space. I growing strawberries, corn, tomatoes and
    some spinach.

  6. Sounds like a good idea on that okra. Yes we do plan to milk the goats but
    switching them out in 2 years. At least the male goat.

  7. Wonderful!

  8. Pickle the okra! It is so good. Your goats are nice and healthy too! I
    would use them for grazing and milk. Nice farm!

  9. No GMO’s for us. Most of our seeds are saved from previous years crops. No
    pesticides either in which we do see wholes from time to time. In the front
    yard the squirrels were eating our strawberries so they are now in the rear
    of the yard where we don’t see it as much. We experiment with different
    types of organic materials to control bugs. Nothing is 100% but it sure
    beats chemical poisons.

  10. Not 100% yet. We surely hope to be there but it certainly takes a lot of
    time, work, effort, etc. We do hope to make time for more videos on various

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