While they were doing hay duty today, I headed to Taylorsville to pick up our beef and lamb that was ready. I guess it has been a while since we butchered and when they opened the door with a forklift and a pallet full of boxes, I was shocked. You have got to be kidding! Nope, it was all mine. The back seat of my truck was crammed in the floor and to the windows with boxes, as well as the front seat and the cooler in the bed.On the way home I started making phone calls to see if I could beg, borrow or steal some freezer space from my sister and my mom. They did some rearranging and after I got back, met me to help get it all divided and put up. My sister took a half and my mom a quarter. We will keep somewhere around a half and the rest will be sold to help make room for chickens that will be processed in a few short weeks. We managed to get all of it in various freezers with the exception of two large boxes of bones.
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