Darlynn's Darlins Inc.

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Having A Helluva Time...As Usual

Posted on October 26, 2010 at 10:53 PM

The good news is that Kato is doing exceedingly well since his surgery...haven't heard the results from the lab on the mass that was removed from his face but I'm going with the "No news is good news" idea.  The lip suture line has opened some and getting him to take the Cipro pills BID was a joke.  They taste nasty.  Bet he wishes he'd have cooperated since I know he hates those daily shots of Gentocin that will go on for two weeks and they burn. I just grit my teeth and do it.  I hate hurting him but I hate the idea of some bacterial infection killing him more.  I'm going to take him back for a check up on Thursday. The drain needs to come out and that's not happening with him awake.  He must be feeling A LOT better because he sure has acquired some attitude that he didn't have before...and good for him....


The bad news is that Butch's new job lasted 3 weeks. So here we are again with an interrupted cash flow and almost 200 animals to feed.  Not only that, the price of feed has gone and is continuing to go up since there was practically no corn crop in Russia and China and there is a ton of money to be made selling our harvest to them and in turn jacking the price in America because there is less supply but the same demand.  Go figure. That ruling class of ours sure takes good care of it's subjects, eh?  Two weeks to start up the unemployment again.  If it isn't one thing it's another and it never ever stops...hardly ever even slows down... 

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Reply Phil Moon
10:44 PM on November 10, 2011 
I'm glad to see you've finally updated the website. I've been watching piggy heights for almost a year. Hang in there.