3 cups of water. ( egg will make up for rest)
And a chunk of magnesium.
Bring water to rolling boil. Add rice. Let cook for a few minutes, add blended egg and cook for another five minutes.
Turn off heat.
Mix contents and let sit till puffy.
Feed generously to flock.
From Colorado Public Radio (Grace Hood): “Most of the pasture we used last year we’re not using this year because there’s no moisture,” [Matt] Isgar said of the land he ranches in Hesperus, west of Durango. “There’s no new growth.” With the dark red bull’s eye of exceptional drought looming over the Four Corners region, […]
“Service doesn’t end when we hang up our uniform. It ends when we hang up our boots and walk across the threshold of heaven.”
I’ve often asked myself this question while on my own journey to figure out.
“Who the Hell I am!? And what do I do now?”
A veteran, according to the web: is someone who has served in the military; a person with longtime occupation and experience in a particular field.
I’m a Navy veteran and a medical veteran. I was and still at heart a Hospital Corpsman.
What does this mean for myself or my community? It means I have skills that transcend the average civilian and a discipline you can only get in hard service!
“If your actions inspire others to dream more, learn more, do more and become more, you are a leader.” — John Quincy Adams credit
It has been a dry year here in the SLV. This winter we had less than a foot of snow all winter at the ranch. It has been windy too up wards to 75mph ! The chickens were not keen on the blast, nor the horses.
Being Short on water is a historical issue here in the valley. In the last 15 yrs Colorado has had major fires that would have been slowed by healthy trees and heavy melting snow pack and deluge rains. Because of drought and the emerald beetle the local aspens have become tinder to a potential fire flash.
Here at the WCR we take rigorous efforts to keep the pine trees free of ladder fuel and all dead branches. All the wood fuel is then cut in to logs and stacked to cure for the season. All the scratch and tinder is stacked as well and only awaits winters use.
From The Deseret News (Amy Joi O’Donoghue): Drought is turning the nation’s largest reservoir dry — Lake Mead reached its lowest levels this summer since the 1930s — and Lake Powell is limping along, just a little over half full. That scenario is prompting the Upper Colorado River Commission to offer $1.8 million in funding […]
“. . . glyphosate is linked to stomach and bowel problems, indigestion, ulcers, colitis, gluten intolerance, sleeplessness, lethargy, depression, Crohn’s Disease, Celiac Disease, allergies, obesity, diabetes, infertility, liver disease, renal failure, autism, Alzheimer’s, endocrine disruption, and the W.H.O. recently announced glyphosate is ‘probably carcinogenic’.”
Horses have the largest EMP heart aura in land mammals. They can be registered at 200 -500 feet away from the Horse. Some owners have told me they can feel their horse when they’re far away. So it doesn’t surprise me to read that veterans especially are doing so well with their Equine therapist. I will always prefer the company of a horse, to that of a person.
By Brian MacQuarrie | Globe Staff
Veteran Eadyie Davis of Marlborough shared a quiet moment with therapy horse Creek. ~ Wendy Maeda/Globe Staff
NORFOLK — Feet in the stirrups, hands on the reins, Karen Souza closes her eyes as a quarter horse named Rio carries her to a tranquil, peaceful place she has rarely visited.
Souza spent decades walled off emotionally after being sexually abused as a teenage soldier. She never formed a loving relationship, and she spoke only sparingly. But from that dark, bleak world, she has emerged to find a place of trust, and accomplishment, and the simple joy of working with a large, strong, patient animal.
Souza is one of several female veterans who exhale and relax once a week at the BINA Farm Center, where they learn basic horsemanship and riding skills…
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