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Moore's Country Corner from La Belle, MO
Moore's Country Corner

Farm Name: Moore's Country Corner

Year Farm Established: 1985

Location: La Belle, MO

Years I’ve been farming: 30 years

Animals I raise: cows,sheep,cats- ,dogs,chickens,- ducks,horses,go- ats

Crops I grow: Hay

Hobbies I enjoy: Crocheting,Gard- ening,cooking

The proudest moment on my farm: When I learned to drive the tractor.

Pets: I named all the animals. Bettylou, the milk cow,Bubba, Snuggy Boy, Prissy P,and Princess, the horses,Ringo, Jojoba, Tessy, Suzanna & Suzzetta, the Great Danes, Barker, Old Yeller are the dogs, Annie & Bk the indoor cats and numerous outdoor, Sasha, Sherman,and Ciniminni, the ferrets,fish,fr- ogs and a gecko,

Farm Motto: Grasp the beauty of every day because God doesn't want us to waste a minute of his wonderful creation.

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Great Motto!!

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01/16/2013 09:53.49 AM Report This Comment  
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  Amen to that motto!

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02/24/2011 06:49.24 AM Report This Comment  
  Hello Im from Missouri also. Ben on the cold side and windy as all heck. Want to ride the horses yet to windy and cold and they are frisky at this point. I did take them for a walk Saturday. Working on a new lean to with stalls now. Wrong time of the year. And allways more fencing to be done.

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12/05/2010 03:59.40 AM Report This Comment  
  Hi! I love that picture! I hope we can be farm friends!
God Bless and Best of Luck

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09/02/2010 08:29.30 PM Report This Comment  
  What a cute picture. I have family down in Canton, I think that's fairly close to La Belle isn't it?

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01/26/2010 01:20.44 PM Report This Comment  
  hello from australia
hey what kind of sheep do you run? we breed pure bred black headed dorpers, nice and easy to look after with there self shedding wool almost no maintanane just your usual worming and vacinations

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11/18/2009 03:27.08 AM Report This Comment  
hey i see that u in missiour also. any thang good to grow in the garden that adapts good around here besides rocks? let me know plz.

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09/13/2009 06:09.10 AM Report This Comment  
What kinds of things do you like to crochet, and what kinds of yarn do you use?

D'Mae, Jersey City, NJ.

07/02/2009 07:39.36 PM Report This Comment  
  We have an Ostrich farm in MO??? Where are you located?

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06/30/2009 10:12.26 PM Report This Comment  
I also name all the animals on the farm. I usually let people know which are pets and which are the one I will be eating.

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06/17/2009 08:41.37 PM Report This Comment  
  Cracking Walnuts
I found this instruction on how to crack black walnut easy. hope it helps!

Place the nut vertically on the table or floor so that it stands on its sharp end. Keep holding it with one hand so it doesn't roll away.
Make a fist with your other hand. Hit the top of the nut with your fist, with the little finger end of the fist facing down. Not too hard, or too soft. You will hear a cracking sound. It's the nut which is cracked rather than your hand! Plus it breaks into two nice halves. Pretty simple eh?

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03/05/2009 11:00.14 AM Report This Comment  
  Found eldeberries! Awesome! The 'found' foods are always great. We found blackberries in our woods and a persimmon tree (which doesn't do much) and multiple nut trees (but I don't have the patience to crack them...walnut, chestnut and hazelnut) so I'm trying to figure what to do!

Thanks for stopping by my little place on here. I'm still figuring out this system.

Best Blessings!

(For instance, can't tell why all my blogs get mushed together!) (o:

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03/05/2009 05:32.39 AM Report This Comment  


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