Our new little well house in the pasture.
Digging a trench for the waterline from the well house to the new milking facility.
A Gray Tree Frog in the well house. You can hear these frogs in the evenings as the weather warms. Learn more about this species here.
Berkshire/Duroc cross pigs on the new floor.
Crossbred replacement gilts in the new hog house.
Sows on the new floor.
An inside view of the new farrowing and growing facility.
Jordon and Brandon castrating young boars.
Brandon catching boar pigs to be castrated.
The future of Moojuice meats, more crossbred replacement gilts.
Brandon Bell counts the teats on young pigs to determine if they can be retained as sows in the future.
Jordon Criss notching the pigs ears as a way of permanently identifying them.
Jordon holding his little gilt “Scarlet.”
Jordon removing the razor sharp ends of the pig’s needle teeth. This is to prevent damage to the mother’s udder and causes no harm to the piglets. Dalton in the background recording the pig’s identification number and other important information.
Dalton inspecting a newborn pig.
Jordon taking a “bird’s eye view” of the farm.
Rudy, our two-year old bull.