An experiment in sustainable living on 1000 square feet.
Cool. Congratulations on the good press.
I am SO excited for you that I dropped the F-bomb!! Ubber-cool! Good for you.
Heidi, kudos to you for spreading the word about goats and urban homesteading, and doing your best to overcome the reporter's urge to play up negatives. Love what you're doing. Best, Karl & Margaret.
thank you everyone! and i'm so honored that you dropped the "f" bomb in my honor. i'm a huge fan of that word.
That is sooo cool! Congrats.
Posted this on our facebook page and now we've got people thinking of getting backyard goats. Wonderful!We plan on getting two this year. No clue what kind yet. Any suggestions, let me know. We have 8 acres - 3 of them is wooded, the rest pasture. We'd like them to forage for most of their food if possible. Don't want a milk goat at this time but might want to later. They should be big since we have predators, etc. And most important, they must be gentle with my 19 month old daughter.
When I read the title / subtitle of your blog, I can't help but do it in the movie trailer guy's voice. There's the book, now the coverage in the NYTimes, when's the screenplay coming? By the way, feel free to shamelessly promote. This is your blog! Congrats to you guys for making a difference.
Good article. Great mention of you! I knew you'd become a leader of a revolution...just didn't realize it would contain goats. xoxo
Dude! (Or as we like to say, 'Dudebabe'!) EXCELLENT!Now i really have to get down to the Excelsior to see your critters!
@ Stone Cottage Mama - Check out Gail Damerow's "Your Goats". It's geared towards 4-H kids, but has a lot of good info about the basics of housing and temperament of the various breeds. Also http://fiascofarm.com/goats/index.htm is my absolute go to place for all things goat. Such great info there.Thanks to everyone for your positive comments. Go goats!
I say promote sister this is your space haha! Congrats on the mention that is so fun and really awesome! Whoohoo!