Now I don't have horses, but my girls like getting alfalfa pellets and timothy pellets for treats.
Here's the back of the bag. The whole exterior is made from the feed bag material, except the strap.. that's made from the denim.
Inside of the bag... 2 pockets..
Front of bag. Shoulder straps attached with D-rings. Its very time consuming to cut these bags out because I really work to line the pictures up to get the best look from the bag. The woven plastic the feed bag is made of is challenging to work with but makes a bag strong durable bag.
The latest edition to the herd.... Nolin Farm Reese, purchased from Autry farms. He is a Myotonic buck (fainting goat), 7 months old and we love him!
So so pretty, I can't wait till he's grown and has his full horn rack!
Another one of the 'prettiest' goats I have... this is SGM Goldie Locks... we call her Goldie for short! She is a Nigerian Dwarf, 6 months old in this pic. She's so friendly!
And here is Thunderhill Brie!! also a Nigerian dwarf baby! I love love love!! the way Brie looks!
If you've ever planted 6 or more pepper plants you know they grow well in TN and you soon get over run with them! Dehydrating and vacuum bagging is my favorite way to preserve them. I also like to pickle. Dehydrated peppers are awesome in soups and chili through the winter... you can freeze peppers too but that takes up freezer space and to me they just don't taste as good.
That's all for now... y'all have a blessed busy week!!!