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    FITZIEBLUE 5 hours ago

    I have to are really "Homesteady" and so focused, and so fake.

  • Ethan Tilley
    Ethan Tilley 8 hours ago

    How I waigh my goats I waigh myself and I waigh myself when Iโ€™m holding the goat but sometimes canโ€™t do 175 pound goat๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚

  • Soaps From Home
    Soaps From Home 9 hours ago

    You guys do fine. Maybe disable the comments. ๐Ÿ˜œ

  • Nic B.
    Nic B. 9 hours ago

    Well that was a waste of time. I'm going to go watch a video that actually shows you the process of dressing a deer.

  • Bert Clayton
    Bert Clayton 10 hours ago

    So much is gurgled.

  • Beachmum
    Beachmum 11 hours ago

    Congratulations on your new calf. ๐Ÿฎ๐Ÿฎ๐Ÿฎ

  • Croghanite
    Croghanite 11 hours ago

    "Homesteading" aka hobby for rich ass people.

  • bertson abacan
    bertson abacan 12 hours ago

    Which is my ideal type of life also..

  • julie edwards
    julie edwards 12 hours ago

    where is part 3? clicked on where shown and nothing happens and its not posted when I'm on my cell phone. Is TheXvid blocking it?

    • Homesteady
      Homesteady Hour ago

      Sorry Julie itโ€™s coming out today, was delayed ๐Ÿ˜ฌ

  • meghan stein
    meghan stein 14 hours ago

    Poor Luna girl first time mommy she must be so confused, lots of prayers for her

  • L2fish
    L2fish 16 hours ago

    I cut small fillets like that. The old timers liked them better than the old band saw through the bone like the old days

  • Jen Scott
    Jen Scott 16 hours ago

    Thank you! Could you please give me the link to the turkey processing using the trash can cone you've made?

  • Helen Kiernan
    Helen Kiernan 18 hours ago

    So happy for you. Been watching your videos on vacation. Love the beautiful baby. You did great!

  • Isabella Agbashe
    Isabella Agbashe 20 hours ago

    This is a beautiful experience. Congratulations. Love from Nigeria...

  • Colleen Davis
    Colleen Davis 20 hours ago

    Im 13 and im getting my own Jersey to raise, breed, milk, and become best friends with! im so excited!!

  • L2fish
    L2fish 20 hours ago

    Gerber makes a nice tool opens em up like a zipper

  • Wendy Vroom
    Wendy Vroom 21 hour ago

    You guys did great!! And.....what IS the baby? Bull calf or heifer?

  • Scott Hamby
    Scott Hamby 22 hours ago

    Congrats. Nice space. Constructive critique: Youโ€™re trying too hard with the footage. Feels unnatural. Ex: Donโ€™t need a 10 second slo-mo of a 2x4 being cut... or brownie shot. They donโ€™t feel authentic.

  • Ken Wiltsie
    Ken Wiltsie 22 hours ago

    Guys a joke

  • Abrarpunno Puuno

    Verry good all you're I like your family ๐Ÿค—

  • Nurahmad Ahmad

    Good luck for families and gril

  • M Perongo
    M Perongo Day ago

    It's hard but we all learn from mistakes. It's a tough pill to swallow. I really hope your nightmares go away about your animals. That was sad to hear. I'd probably end up losing all my animals, you at least have bred them and they're having offspring and you're helping them. So don't be so hard on yourself. You're doing the best you can with the info you have and you're seeking out to learn what you can do next time.

  • M Perongo
    M Perongo Day ago

    Wow. I see your dilemma about worming. Do goats get worms more if they're more anemic? Since I've had nursing, I'm wondering about cross contamination. Goats pooh anywhere, so putting goats in groups of course they're going to step in the pooh and spread the pooh that has the bacteria or the resistant worms and germs. Seems good practice would be to either shovel up the pooh and cover with straw immediately or layer more straw on top to expose a new clean surface for them to lay in to sleep, or eat. And cleaning/disinfecting their water and feed buckets. Because aren't worms contagious? Interesting that you mentioned your goats didn't have this problem in your other place. So why not just bring in gravel and rocks into their paddock and not let them be on grass that sounds like the larvae gets eaten and digested then takes over the health of your goats. The front of your barn is muddy, so why not bring gravel in right there to counter water problems plus keep the goats near the barn for bad storms? Hope it all works out for you guys !!

  • M Perongo
    M Perongo Day ago

    Sorry about your goat family !!

  • M Perongo
    M Perongo Day ago

    Straw is good. Those wood shavings are good for hamster bedding, perhaps not on calves or goats.

  • Josh lower
    Josh lower Day ago

    Sounds like your wife runs the place. You need to man up.

  • Jas D
    Jas D Day ago

    Do u have to mulch over the top how important is it?

  • HagShack5
    HagShack5 Day ago

    Amazingly informative

  • Karen MAcgyver2

    Sry about bad phone ,it dies change things in it's own 19 days what is going on, !!! Let EVERYONE KNOW,CYZ IM SURE IM NOT THE ONLY ONE

  • Tamara Kennedy

    Ahhh you guys, you have your hgands full....and your hands too!!!!you guys super sweet..hey i didnt notice it before but the barn animals are cheering you on too!!! So cute.

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  • Roger Smith
    Roger Smith Day ago

    We used one of those milkers when i was a kid (-:

  • Robert Woodring

    You don't have to use that heat light it burns a lot of power just a regular CFL light bulb with work lights on at 4 am lights off at 8 am

  • ginger cox
    ginger cox Day ago

    That's a big one.

  • ginger cox
    ginger cox Day ago

    Every one I've seen pulled is not got its butt in a corner. Seems you are at a disadvantage with that.

  • Loraine Leuschke

    Pretty cow makes pretty calf.

  • Dixsigns Dairy Goats

    VERY GOOD JOB... YOU DID GOOD!!! I am sure they could have edited out gender comments if they wanted to. Maybe, different bull choice next time... :)) ?

  • Weaver Kevin
    Weaver Kevin Day ago

    You should be killing coyote not feeding them.

  • Weaver Kevin
    Weaver Kevin Day ago

    What a waist of good meat.

  • Paulo Martins
    Paulo Martins Day ago

    BRAZIL---Paulo----Very well presented!!

  • Nagaraj Kumar
    Nagaraj Kumar Day ago

    What is name of the state you are at?

    STAN MASHEK Day ago


  • James Thomas
    James Thomas Day ago

    youre show is rubish :(

  • James Thomas
    James Thomas Day ago

    OMG rent a gosh darn bull you can keep them for a week my god why waste money on ai when you can rent a bull

    • Homesteady
      Homesteady Day ago

      James Thomas got both cows bred and two heifer calves from them. Cost a lot less than renting a bull for us.

  • Richard
    Richard Day ago

    Lol she looked back like โ€œO. Das mah baby..โ€

  • Victoria Heuman

    How the heck is the baby suppose to stand up?

    • Homesteady
      Homesteady Day ago

      Victoria Heuman we take care of it in part 3

  • Joseph Smith
    Joseph Smith Day ago

    Wow shocker another overly privileged legacy rat on TheXvid.

  • M Perongo
    M Perongo 2 days ago

    That calf is gonna break it's legs on wet concrete!! It's slick. Put some pads down. You can help the calf up so it can get milk.

    • Homesteady
      Homesteady Day ago

      M Perongo not concrete, rubber mats. We take care of it in part 3

  • Cheryl Aguilar
    Cheryl Aguilar 2 days ago

    I heard a her in there, looked for a 3rd video, haven't found it the link take me back to first video. All thinks looked like it went well, you had to intervene and you did fine!! Congrats

  • Parsons Designs
    Parsons Designs 2 days ago

    Yeah congratulations guys!!!

  • James Smith
    James Smith 2 days ago

    I am an experienced hunter and outdoorsman but even I enjoyed this video. You explained things simply and accurately where the new guy/gal going into shooting or hunting can understand. Good work.

  • Sarah Schlosser
    Sarah Schlosser 2 days ago

    Good job guys!!!

  • Kenneth Farley
    Kenneth Farley 2 days ago

    Youโ€™re killing your fish sticking those strips in the aquarium. The reagents are on the strip!!! Must be a newby lol!

  • Paige Banks
    Paige Banks 2 days ago

    I LOVE the reason in this episode. Natural only without acceptable alternative is freaking ridiculous. Natural only means shorter lifespans and suffering. Science and medicine are not to be feared for God's sake.

  • Elpelao Malo
    Elpelao Malo 2 days ago

    Gracias por su video saludos de Chile ๐ŸŒน๐ŸŒน๐ŸŒท๐ŸŒท

  • Paige Banks
    Paige Banks 2 days ago

    You're drinking the kids colostrom which protects newborns from fatal disease. It's not really milk....the flavor will be "off". Second...your not washing your hands or the udder...and drinking it raw. You are going to potentially sicken your small children. As a Pediatric ICU RN I have seen it multiple times, they are incredibly susceptible to infections from dirty milk. If you're going to drink it raw be vigorously CLEAN in your milking process. Anything less is insanity.

  • Paige Banks
    Paige Banks 2 days ago

    You guys did great, Luna did fabulous! Can I suggest straw bedding after delivery? It helps the newborns get better footing and traction on concreate/mattress flooring and keeps their body temp more stable. It's also great carbon for the compost heap afterwards! Beautiful baby!

  • Janice Barket
    Janice Barket 2 days ago

    You better believe it the Billy does use his horns for dominance and control. I never want a goat with horns again. I just sold a very good Billy whom attacked me four times. Last two was almost the end for me. I saw stars when my head hit the ground. Then he threw me down. I grabbed hold of his horns the last time as he tried to horn me and held on. Yes, they get their head through the fence. I have a young Doe does that. I hate to Disbud but will from now on. .

  • Mary Anderson
    Mary Anderson 2 days ago

    I was so scared too!!

  • Parker Tuper
    Parker Tuper 2 days ago

    Just a tip make sure your only pulling while the doe is having contractions/pushing

  • Cj Lively
    Cj Lively 2 days ago


  • Svetla Nikolova
    Svetla Nikolova 2 days ago

    Start small Don't expect large things to happen Go with the flow Get one animal species at the time and slowly ease in with the rest after you made their proper shelters Don't get too much land Don't build a gigantic house Get your mind set on meeting needs instead of wants Pay everything in cash Stay debt free and credit card free

  • Devon G
    Devon G 2 days ago

    Congrats. I'm going to weigh her right away? Spoiler alert? Looks like you now have a small herd.โ˜บ

  • Lorna Mike
    Lorna Mike 2 days ago

    I was holding my breath helping you pull. Beautiful baby.

  • Sue Donald
    Sue Donald 2 days ago

    Wow good job you two. Big calf

  • Mary Hale
    Mary Hale 2 days ago

    Never breed a heifer with a large bull! Find a smaller bull for easier births.

    • Homesteady
      Homesteady Day ago

      We didnโ€™t we purchased semen that was from a mini jersey that was supposed to throw small calves ๐Ÿ˜•

    SEAN DAVIS 2 days ago

    Just wondering, can you use the chicken plucker to finish the job after you're done waxing them.

  • THE lemon
    THE lemon 2 days ago

    You can hypnotize chickens by laying them on there side And draw a line in front of them by chalk or sand The will freeze and wonโ€™t move until 1-move them 2-make a sound

  • sherm dog
    sherm dog 2 days ago

    Use a come along. Crank at each contraction. Takes only a few minutes to pull a calf.

  • warren chavez
    warren chavez 2 days ago

    12:55 anyone else notice the little bug that looks like a roach

  • Robert Jackson
    Robert Jackson 2 days ago

    This is the best kid experience. Luna grew up with them and there part of her family. Good for both.

  • cindy lee
    cindy lee 2 days ago

    Wow... I held it together until the end when you looked out at Ladybug and gave her the thumbs up that everything was good her baby Luna did well. I lost it then. It was like she was waiting to hear. Iโ€™m not a homesteader, just at heart. I love the animals. Thanks for the videos.

  • G Mathis
    G Mathis 2 days ago

    Jerseys are usually easy calvers with low Birthweights....what went wrong? Other than Y'all have got her TOO FAT.... DEAR GOD!!!! Dairy Cattle aren't meant to be Square and Blocky.

    • Homesteady
      Homesteady Day ago

      G Mathis sheโ€™s an easy keeper. On grass only.

  • BAMA 2019
    BAMA 2019 2 days ago

    This is HORRIBLE!!!you wanna see some REAL BUTCHERS that dont waste backstraps and know how to do one absolutely perfect...go to the BEARDED BUTCHERS..AWESOME VIDEOS

  • John Rendon
    John Rendon 2 days ago

    Try murray grey cattle...easy calfing...easy keepers...God bless!

  • Cajun Milk Cows
    Cajun Milk Cows 2 days ago

    Congratulations! Pretty and painted! Did you AI? If so, what semen did you use? Mini jersey? Sireโ€™s name?

  • TarantuLady
    TarantuLady 2 days ago

    I get my raw milk from a Farmer Dennis also! Must be a good name for a dairyman. ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ‘

  • Nino Walker
    Nino Walker 2 days ago

    You can give chickens your leftovers so you don't have to spend money

  • Towanda Thedriver
    Towanda Thedriver 2 days ago

    Very cute cow Straw would have been good so that it could stand up did yโ€™all not notice it could not get traction enough to stand? Iโ€™m confused

    • Homesteady
      Homesteady Day ago

      Towanda Thedriver we did. Stay tuned for part 3

  • Twisted Goats
    Twisted Goats 3 days ago

    Congratulations on your new arrival!

  • George III
    George III 3 days ago

    we had a herd of milkers when i was a lad, it was awesome none of this pasteurized stuff I shows you the QUALITY of the farm too

  • Ya girl Elizabeth
    Ya girl Elizabeth 3 days ago

    And I thought Tennessee winters where bad lol ๐Ÿ˜‚

  • bad boy
    bad boy 3 days ago

    Dont leave the hide on ,skin it asap then let hang

  • M T
    M T 3 days ago

    Pretty flashy couple of calves this year. Congrats.

  • kt330 mac
    kt330 mac 3 days ago

    Congratz ! Pretty baby :)

  • T B
    T B 3 days ago

    You guys explain yourselves too much - itโ€™s awesome to hear your reasons for your choices, but who cares what some people on the internet think :) theyre going to be mean no matter what. PS I loved this video!

  • M Perongo
    M Perongo 3 days ago

    Luna has awesome eyes! She came over to smell you and your baby. She's telling you she's having contractions. She's separated herself to be away from harm in case she delivers. Your baby is a doll baby too. First time I've watched, very down to earth. I subscribed and rang your bell. Good luck if Luna delivers soon!!

  • Rita McCartt-Kordon

    Lol I kept saying put it where she can lick it. And I don't know anything! But if I was Luna I wouldn't like the sawdust! But if you hadn't intervened, you might have lost both! BIG baby!

  • duett 445
    duett 445 3 days ago

    Floor is too slippery - calf is struggling to get up

    • Homesteady
      Homesteady Day ago

      duett 445 we fix that very quickly. Stay tuned for part 3

  • duett 445
    duett 445 3 days ago

    You did a great job but I have to agree that bedding material is not the best choice, stray would be a lot better

  • Kyoshiro Iwazumi
    Kyoshiro Iwazumi 3 days ago

    A lot of people in this comment don't know how aging works.

    • Kyoshiro Iwazumi
      Kyoshiro Iwazumi 6 hours ago

      @Bert Clayton 3 to 4 days? The purpose of aging is to start breaking down protein without initiating oxidation or severe oxidation and also induces moisture loss (water within the cells that are breaking down). Don't think 3 to 4 days is adequate for aging at least a whole animal. 39 to 42 degrees is also a bit high, that's the range when oxidation though slow, occurs for animal protein. You want to minimize mold growth but it could depend on how the animal is dressed and the temperature. There seem to be thicker growth in the video, I forgot how long they have been aging it but it could be just due to the age or temperature variation. You dress the meat afterwards. but yeah you just shave off the outer later. You'd still have majority of the meat aside from the shrinkage due to moisture loss and the slight shaving to dress off the outer layer. I think that's why the guy didn't skin the animal to prevent mold growth on the outer part of the animal and concentrated the growth in the internal cavity where many are closer to the bone so he didnt have to shave off too much off the animal.

    • Bert Clayton
      Bert Clayton 10 hours ago

      I'm one of them. We would hang cow and hogs about 3 days for one maybe 4 for another, which completely chilled makes it easy to break down into sections, roasts, steaks, ground etc. So could you tell me about aging? I had a hard time understanding. I take it you hang a deer at 39-42 degrees, mold starts, but we want like a 1/4", maybe 1/2" build up of mold. T hats all I gathered. Do you fillet the mold off the meat? Where you'd still have your briskets?

  • RA Wilson
    RA Wilson 3 days ago

    Luna with her beautiful big black eyes licking her baby was precious.

  • Debra Murray
    Debra Murray 3 days ago


  • Lauren Mackie
    Lauren Mackie 3 days ago

    Awesome job you two! ๐Ÿ˜ญ

  • Skyler Asher
    Skyler Asher 3 days ago

    Don't worry thats normal she going to be okay love luna

  • Finn King
    Finn King 3 days ago

    Kay I have to say you vocalize how all my farm births are for me. I also have that push and pull of when do I step in. I only raise goats but in over 20 births I can count on one hand the number I have assisted with. That anxiousness is always there for my first timers. You are never really sure how they will react. Once itโ€™s done though pat yourself on the back you made it through and it worked out. Experience is always earned and given. Austin great job keeping calm which is half the battle and being the muscle. Congrats you guys on a new little one.

  • Karin L
    Karin L 3 days ago

    Wow, what a first time pull for you guys! Congrats on the new addition! Looks like Grandma Ladybug knew something was up with her daughter too... ๐Ÿ˜

  • Mary Ann Ward
    Mary Ann Ward 3 days ago

    So glad you errored on side of caution and intervened..Luna did awesome, calf is Beautiful..glad everyone is healthy.

  • G'Maw's Garden
    G'Maw's Garden 3 days ago

    you guys are the best Doula. Good job we got a baby a big beautiful heifer calf, and Luna is a good mama. Man, thnx for sharing I was on the edge of my seat and wish I were right there in the stall with you both. I wanted my hands in it too. I was an RN for almost 20yrs and the reason I went into nursing was because I had such wonderful home births with my last two kids that I wanted to be a midwife, altho after consulting with my midwife and doing a lil research decided against delivering babies, to many law suits now days, when people don't get what they expect or things go awry, they want to blame someone. Thnx for sharing y'll rok!! congrats on your heifer I know that is what you really wanted. a2a2 yahoo! good for you. Congratulations!!

  • ltrocha
    ltrocha 3 days ago

    The audio is so bad I can't understand what they are saying. If you are tying to build a popular youtube cannel, this won't fly!