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  • Hewett Homestead 1 year ago

    You guys are rocking it! Great video! Cant wait to see what happens with that in ground garden area once you get some cover and water on it! God Bless!

  • Hoghead Run 9 1 year ago

    You need to get a rubber gasket placed around the three edges of the ditch check. Kevin may be able to do that. He seems like he's pretty handy. There are places that will also do the gasket. Higley Feeds on Higley and Williams Rd. or Fuller Forms in south Phoenix.

  • Carolyn Meyer 1 year ago

    We did lasagna method. I laid down newspaper and cardboard and then built my beds on top with dirt/compost/straw/leaves and it's doing well. Most of the only weeds I have are stuff coming in from the edges because I didn't get nearly enough wood chips for the paths.

  • One Arizona Garden 1 year ago

    Love all the goats ❤️

  • Kara Foster 1 year ago

    Every time I watch your videos I get sad that a don't have puppies and goats!! Some day!

  • Debra Murray 1 year ago

    love the garage doors. pups are sooooooo cute. have a great day.

  • Michele Staples 1 year ago

    thanks for the reminder to get some to use with my finger eating mandolin!!!

  • shaunp4trick 1 year ago

    Wow! Nice Gloves

  • Laura Gardner 1 year ago

    Its funny that you're transitioning to in the ground gardening when I'm contemplating experimenting with a sort of raised bed method in my garden. I have filmed but not yet posted my method for getting compost to turn quickly. If this peaks your interest reply and I'll make it a higher priority to edit the film and post.

  • Amy Johnson 1 year ago

    I am so glad that my injury will help you prevent further ones lol 🙂

  • Albany Mountain homestead 1 year ago

    what about using a sandbag?

  • parthavi pidaparthy 1 year ago

    All the best for new garden work.

  • When In Idaho 1 year ago

    Are yo going to keep the female puppy so Lydia can continue her breeding program?

  • Dave Mills 1 year ago

    New huge fan…

  • Hector Nevarez 1 year ago

    its on backward. the ditch check will fit better when the water forces it. against the concrete. i irrigated for the first time this morning and had to call in a double check which direction it needs to face. my neighbors use old carpet and rugs to try and seal all the leaks..

  • Vijayan Sharma 1 year ago

    i really like all your videos and goats… all are nice family….may God bless you all…..

  • Life From Nature - Healthy & Sustainable Living 1 year ago

    3-5 inches of wood chips are your best solution. You will have amazing soil. Go for it!

  • Elizabeth 1 year ago

    As a Canadian, I would die in 93º. That is hot.

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