Comments Are Now Open to All

Guys, I’m going to give this a try, but, to those of you who have previously requested accounts, don’t forget that info just yet. If this little experiment doesn’t work, I’ll lock it back down. Lots of people seemed to want to comment on Cryptogon, they just didn’t want to register.

In other news, Becky and I are going to be out on some exciting Farmlet business today. We will post ASAP.

5 Responses to “Comments Are Now Open to All”

  1. Wilfred says:

    Have you given any thought to rare heritage breeds?

    I don’t know the finances required (I’ll try to help out a little – I think a number of us are living vicariously through you two).

  2. Mike says:

    Check out Akismet ( I’ve found it pretty effective at blocking spammers, if that’s your concern.

    OTOH, who wants to spend time configuring software when its Spring and there’s still so much planting to get done! 😉

  3. Miraculix says:

    Ain’t that the truth Mike. The weather sets the schedule when the property becomes your life and livelihood.

    Or for those of us (still) in the northern hemisphere, it’s the uber-abundance of late fall pruning and winterizing to be done and several hectare of forest in need of proper thinning, not to mention abundant masonry work on the old pile of Devonian rocks we call our home to keep my up to elbows in pre-mix until 2012… =]

  4. Miraculix says:

    Typing too damned fast there, what with the guilt driving me out of my comfy leather office chair and back out into the old stables where my mallet and mortar bucket await.

    Going to test-drive a late-model goat or two for the high paddock, Kevin?

  5. Rebecca says:

    Thanks for the link to the rare breeds website, Wilfred. We have actually been checking out the possibility of getting some chooks from one of those breeders, so we may be able to indulge you a little.
    The late-model goats aren’t a heritage breed (sorry!), but we think they are running quite well so far.

    Good luck with all that mortar, planting, pruning etc.