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Sunday, August 14, 2016

Something Makes Sense!

I have to say that I am in complete shock. Never in my life did I think something like this could happen. This is from Jw's Facebook: Looking to sell some sheep to cut back on the flock going into winter. I have 2 four-year-old wool ewes a merino/romney cross and a full blood romney) and they come with an older wool sheep (cotswold/border leicester cross) whether. A great starter flock, and if you want to wait for them (the ewes) to be bred before you pick them up that is okay too (ram is a scottish blackface). Please let me know if you are interested. Looking for $150 a ewe and $100 for the whether.

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  1. Upon reflection...why would someone else buy a 7 year old whether? And is this one of her original sheep? Like Jacob or Sal....I think the timing could be right. And why would you want a good wool sheep to be bred to a blackface who's wool can only be used for rugs and such.

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  2. I'm glad that (hopefully) some of her animals will get out of there and get a decent home.

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  3. Finally a step in the right direction. Winter is coming and that would be a big savings hay wise.

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  4. Nah, she needs more money for designer jeans, Reddit, and WOW.

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  5. She never really was a shepherd and this is the best thing that could happen. She doesn't need those sheep for her new persona.

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    1. I think you're onto something. I think it's time for a persona change.

      Think about it - She hasn't made a homesteading post of vlog in ages. She isn't even really a homesteader. She positioned herself as an expert in the field and then failed miserably at everything she did to the point that nobody sees her as an expert anymore. In anything.

      Except maybe parting fools from their money.

      My hope is that she will sell the "farm."

      She's following comedians all over twitter and retweeting and trying so hard to get attention for being witty and provocative that this may be her next persona.

      Move to Chicago or NYC and get a little apartment and pursue a job as a comedienne. Boom.

      And I will be happy for her, though I won't send money.

      I think this is why she's pushing toward Twitter honestly. She's starting to shed her role as a homesteader/scrappy farm girl. It's not fun for her anymore.

      I think she underestimated how freaking much work it is to run a small farm without someone else there to help and I will be happy to see her let it go.

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  6. Glad to hear she's reducing livestock. First sensible thing she's done.

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  7. She's gone on a hilariously obtuse mini-rant about people she perceives as being "recreationally offended" ie anyone who doesn't agree with her or says something that contradicts her opinion. She ought to try taking her OWN advice. It's ok if people don't like Dan Savage, Jenna! Particularly humorous that she used this example "People are not posting pictures of their kids to attack the childless.".....did she finally figure that one out, then? Because I don't think I've seen anyone make a bigger stink about seeing baby pics in their FB feed than her.

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    1. Jenna Woginrich: "I hear about constantly offending people by posting what I like. Every. Single. Day. Tired of it."

      Solution? Stop posting. When you put your whole life online, expect pushback. Every. Single. Day. Expect it.

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    2. Her sister wasn't impressed with her whining. Jenna is so hypersensitive, it's sort of impressive. How did she ever cope when she had to report to a 9-5 with other co-workers to get along with? Now she just sits at home alone, blocking and unfriending people who disagree with her.

      Sister: Just stop fighting it, it is what it is

      Jenna Woginrich: it's my entire life, i make a living being online.

      Sister: So? My entire career leaves me largely at the beck and call of teenagers.

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    3. I thought she made her living as a writer. No, wait, an artist. No, that was last week. A farmer! Oh, no, she can't live off that. She makes her living as a homesteader! Oh, no, wait, that was like years ago...

      She makes a living being online.

      Think about that, kids. Think hard.

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    4. Where was the conversation with her sister? I didn't see it. I'm sure that her whole family is sick of the special snowflake syndrome.

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    5. And speaking of making a living as a writer - she posted on Facebook that the average salary of a writer is $10,000/yr. As in - see how poor I am? Send money.

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    6. "she posted on Facebook that the average salary of a writer is $10,000/yr."

      Yes, but you have to actually write to make that much. JW hasn't Written anything decent in a very long time.

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    7. "she posted on Facebook that the average salary of a writer is $10,000/yr."

      Yes, but you have to actually write to make that much. JW hasn't Written anything decent in a very long time.

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    8. She made $15000 for NOT writing

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  8. It does make sense. Maybe she can pay some bills or buy hay and make it through the winter. I don't begrudge her living her dream, or any kind of life she wants, I was alarmed when she started begging on a regular basis.

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  9. Drama that only time will tell about.

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  10. So she's selling the moms and Joseph... what about all the lambs? Or are they dead already? Why in the world would you sell the moms and keep the half breed offspring... if that is what she is doing. Breeding to her Scottish ram, whose fleece is awful for anything fiber related, which is the hot thing now. So, she's selling the good fleece ewes? She is so wonky. No sheep sense at ALL. Oh wait, they are awful moms. Yeah, right, she has to take all the lambs away from them and all that drama. Shesh. She needs to just sell them all. What a freakin' hot mess.

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  11. I will believe it when I see them listed on Craigslist.

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  12. What on earth is that old wether good for? Just take it the sale yard and be done. Not many of her fans would want a 100+ pound wether as a pet.

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    1. At seven, you could burger him but that's about it
      he is not worth anything, she should butcher him and use the meat to help her make it though the winter.

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    2. Seven year old meat doesn't sound appetizing , unless you're a dog. I wouldn't eat it, especially with the way those animals have been cared for...way too gamey.

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    3. Well, she's got the dogs to feed...I just found a cache of freezer-burned chicken in one of our freezers that's going to be pet food. Butchering would make sense, selling not so much.

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  13. Maybe she will even fix fences someday.

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  14. I can't imagine just letting the property GO to waste. Just complaining every day . Do something, anything to Improve the property. Go back to basics. But no she sits around and hits Delete .

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  15. Aren't these the sheep Patti GAVE her earlier this year?

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    1. Yeah, pretty sure they're from Patty but not sure what the arrangement was.

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    2. Yes, they are.
      "The other two sheep (Which Patty, whom I bought them from, emailed me to let me know are Romney and Romney/Merino) are around three years old and I am not as concerned about them knowing their lambing history, but every birth can be a new chance for something to go wrong. Fingers are crossed. "
      According to this post she would then be keeping 10-year-old Split ear who is not a good milk producer and who lost a lamb in 2015 and 2016. Ray and Marnie were born to Brick who was bred by Monday the ram. First born were Marnie the ewe and Ray to Brick; Triplets (Hannah, Jessa and Adam) were born to a Merino Romney; Split Ear had twins (Elijah and Shoshana) and the Romney had triplets (Laird and Caroline) with one lost shortly after birth. So nine lambs in total. Then one of Split ears, who also lost one last year, died. That leaves 8 lambs in total. A May 2016 post makes the statement that she has 7 lambs, so she must have lost another one and chose not to blog about it? On a May blog post she stated she is selling all the ram lambs (3) and selling or trading Monday but keeping all the ewes.
      Her ewes are Split ear, Brick, the two she bought from Patty and 4 born this year. Her rams are Monday and Sal; Joseph must be the whether and then the 3 rams born this year. According to a May 2016 post, 14 altogether. The two she got from Patty plus Sal and Joseph have the fleeces that are great for spinning. Evidently to thin the herd, going into winter, she plans on getting rid of the good fleeces and her main ram and an older whether. The ram lambs were sold for meat by May 2016.
      Reading through the lambing stories I read a post at the very end of March 2016 where JW stated she wasn't sleeping, because in 5 years she was the farthest behind in her mortgage payment she'd ever been. She claimed she had been able to catch up on just one payment, and was still several behind. Yet, in the first week of April 2016, April 8th to be exact, she purchased Cleopatra by the Lumineers -"got it opening day”, according to a comment she made. Perhaps, even though she was apparently very behind in her mortgage, she used a donation to buy a new vinyl to keep her spirits up? smh

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    3. Sal is actually a whether.

      It's lunacy to keep Split Ear. She hasn't raised her own lambs for a couple years anyway. This would all be kind of funny except she takes money to teach workshops titled Sheep 101 etc. Jenna needs to enroll in a class even more remedial than a 101.

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    4. Thanks for correcting that, I had no clue. I knew it wasn't Monday, so Sal. I had no clue what a whether was/is, I've learned so much from everyone who posts here and to the other blogs.

      I agree that it doesn't make any sense to keep a ewe that loses lambs two or more years in a row. Why is Monday being sold? Is it to inject new blood in the herd? or what. He has always been spoken so highly of I am just curious... Also why would someone castrate a ram. Why would a castrated ram be in the herd?

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    5. The proper spelling is wether.

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    6. lol thanks anon 7:19. I think I knew it was wrong in the back of my mind but the spell checker was giving me a red line on wether.

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    7. Me too, darn spellcheck. A wether, I found out, is exactly as I figured- a companion & friend of the ram. Thanks for the correction!

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    8. A wether is a castrated male sheep. :-)

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  16. She's likely holding back some of the ewe lambs that were born in the spring, so numbers may not be reduced that much, ultimately.

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  17. Ugh. This makes me really sick. Primarily because I hate thinking of her being responsible for an animal's well being, especially when it requires more than basic care. Something bad must have happened to her last hawk, Anna Kendrick, 'cause she won't give a straight answer about it. Then, of course, it's really absurd that somebody supposedly on thin ice financially would be devoting a huge chunk of time to falconry. She boasted about running 13 miles today-- in just under 4 hours-- you mean half a working day? That's really remarkable. "Send money, save the farm!"....while she compulsively exercises and pursues her various time consuming hobbies. What a boss.

    Jenna Woginrich ‏@coldantlerfarm
    In two weeks I'll be out looking for another hawk. Can't wait to start the adventure all over again. #falconry

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    1. It just occurred to me...Some of her fans say they live vicariously through her. Now I realize that she also lives vicariously through them. That is, they get to work in cubicles for her while she goes out and plays. They are her surrogates. She lives off them.

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    2. Running 13 miles in four hours? Uh, I think that would be called "walking."

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    3. 13 miles in four hours - how is that even possible? Is she crawling?

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    4. "Using data from two 2011 Southwestern Medical School studies, researcher Dr. Jarett Berry determined that for... High fitness women ran the mile in nine minutes or less; “moderate” fitness women ran it in 10 minutes and 30 seconds or less and “low” fitness women needed 12 minutes or more to complete the mile. Run for Life states that a 10-minute mile rate is good for beginners. If a 10-minute mile rate seems out of reach, start with a 12-minute rate and then work downward."

      Umm.... her time is 18.5 minutes per mile. Walking, indeed.

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    5. Well she is going faster than everyone on the couch if she is in fact running. That said, I have run multiple half marathons starting from my mid 30's and I would say moderately fit beginning should be at 12 min miles at that distance. The only time I did that I had not really trained. In my best running shape at age 45 I averaged 9:40 in the half and 8:10ish at 5k distance.

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    6. True about the couch statement, and there certainly isn't anything wrong with walking that distance, it's still a good amount of exercise. It's the disparity between what she says and what she actually does that causes comment.

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  18. Let's just hope she isn't able to trap a hawk this season. Ugh.

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  19. She runs slow so she won't spill the booze

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  20. "I'm 5'2", 179lbs, size 8-10, 36D - built for farming, thighs like a girl who rides horses."

    Can we do away with the narrative that farming requires a certain body type?

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    1. I agree. I'm 5'2, 180#, 36C and a size 16/18 with big arms and thick thighs. I grew up on a farm where I pitched hay and sh*t for 10 years of my life. I'm a CPA now and I can guarantee you there isn't a certain body type for CPA's. My sister is 5'5, 125# soaking wet with a small petite body frame and she's been farming for almost 25 years. I know women farmers all over the world and none of them have ever expressed that their bodies are built for farming. I follow 5 of the most highly esteemed groups of women farmers in the world and I've never seen one of them post their body measurements. I follow 27 authors on FB and I've never seen one of them post their body measurements or talk intimately about their personal, very personal business. Attention Attention Attention seeking, that's all it is.

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    2. And I should add- my thick thighs are not from riding anything. I've ridden one horse in my entire life. All the women that I know that ride horses don't necessarily have thick thighs because of it. Thick thighs are hereditary and/or built through exercise and athletics. Mine are from years and years of lifting weights and playing soccer. She's trying to super define her special snowflake abilities and attributes AGAIN.

      She certainly cannot consider what she does on Merlin to be anymore that a ambling gait. I cannot imagine him galloping or even cantering. You cannot build up any muscles moving at a snail's pace the three times a year you are on your fell pony...smh

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    3. This is like me telling people I get exercise from walking my pug!

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    4. It's like her body can't just be a body...it has to be "built for farming"...she's saying "I'm stocky and muscular but the cause is virtuous, so it's good". No. GENETICS. I know MALE farmers that handle thousands of bales of hay a year that don't have arms like her. Then she pulls the same stunt with her thighs. "My thighs are thick but there's a good reason-- I ride horses!"...has she never been around other riders? The thighs come in all shapes and sizes. In another moment of extreme hypocrisy she chimes in on a body positivity thread on the twitter last night...everyone's posting their pics and stats proudly, feeling good yet a week ago this is what she wrote:

      Jenna Woginrich: 178lbs and 5'2" is NOT stunning. it's a hobbit with a gym membership :)

      Hmmm. Kind of nervy to hijack a thread devoted to people of all sizes feeling good in their own skin when that's the kind of stuff that comes out of your mouth.

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    5. I'm still trying to wrap my head around how she can be 5'2" 178 pounds and claims to wear a size 8-10. Not body shamming here just confused. I'm same height more than 10 pounds less and don't wear that size

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    6. Like anything else in her life she is ill-informed and shooting from the hip. Having stood right beside her at CAF with the exact same proportions body-wise and still to this very day same body proportions she would not fit in an 8-10. This has nothing to do with body shaming, it has to do with self awareness and the reverse. Being o.k. with being a size 14, or 16 or 18. I'm fine with it, a lot of my body mass is muscle. Muscle weighs more than fat. Before anyone comes on here trying to insinuate this is a mean girl thread or statement- it's not. I also wear the same labels as JW, though I think I wear a lot more LL Bean and Gap than her. My bust and hips, and according to her, her bust and hips fit into a size 12 Rag and Bone jean. I don't like skinny jeans so I haven't ever considered buying them. I think women need to learn to embrace their curves and be more self aware about their size and either talk about it or don't talk about it. A lot of women I am sure, I know I was, scratch their heads in wonderment, especially when we have the very same measurements as JW as to how she would be able to get into a size 8-10 when we can't. It's the internet ladies- where everything everyone says is true! Right?

      Having seen her up close and personal I'm not sure why she seems to have issue with her physique. Why so much attention and adoration is needed on a weekly basis? If she was a lifestyle blogger maybe? Maybe she needs to change the focus of her blog to match the posts and tweets she makes. She could have a blog about dieting, quitting booze, working out, marathon running and then show a picture of herself, or have multitudes of selfies every day and talk about make-up or books she is reading or shows she is watching or movie reviews and recommends. A homesteader just doesn't have time for all that pop culture and selfie stuff.

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    7. I have lots of friends in life and I can't remember the last time I discussed my dress size or my bra size. Why keep mentioning it?

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    8. Farmers, like women, come in all shapes and sizes. Your body type has nothing to do with your ability to farm.

      If you go by JW's criteria, my daughter who is 5'2" tops out at 105 if I'm lucky and wears a double zero, yep that's a real size folks, is not fit to be a farmer.

      Yet in the last 10 years she has successfully raised more sheep than JW, won over a dozen championships, made a good bit of money and is ranked as one of the top showmen in our state.

      She has no thighs, no butt and no boobs, yet hauls 100's of pounds of hay and grain, shears sheep several times a year, loads and unloads firewood and pulls our trailer like a champ.

      Size has nothing to do with anything, unless you're obsessively disappointed with your body because you don't look like Anna Kendrick.

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    9. And remember - she is not a farmer. She farms nothing.

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    10. I'm not sure why she lies about her size. I don't care what size she wears, I just find it sad she feels the need to lie about it. I'm 5'6" and have fluctuated between 170 lbs and 190 lbs and never wore near an 8 or 10. I'd say 14-16 is more like it and I'm 4" taller than she is.

      Be proud of your body, no matter what size. Don't lie about it to make other people happy, or to try to minimize it. It's just a number.

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    11. Forget being proud of your body, be proud of yourself no matter what your body looks like. Does she have nothing else to focus on?

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    12. What's really curious is her next book is supposedly, in part, about her overcoming her body issues--- huh? I'm not seeing that at all.

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    13. Jenna is all about the body positive movement-- when it concerns her body. But body shaming is fantastically funny to her if a politician she doesn't like is the subject. I can never get over how obtuse and hypocritical she's capable of being.

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    14. I've NEVER met a woman who considered a D cup built for farming or riding. I know several that curse their boobs and a few that have gotten reductions.

      Women of all bust sizes can and do excel at farming and riding, but I think they'd all agree being busty is a challenge when doing farming activities or riding.

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    15. More proof/truth that she is not a farmer.

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  21. It just proves she needs Help of Any kind and has no Friend that she would Listen to . She knows so much that she is an Expert ? Very Sad little girl and her pony.

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  22. lololol! She must be running an irony twitter, look at this retweet:

    Yarnibomber ‏@yarnlurve71
    I'm sorry if my work ethic makes you feel inferior about your own. Wait, no I'm not.

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  23. Guess she's obliviously suggesting what I realized after being confused at 1st reading & came here to ask about:

    Jenna Woginrich ‏@coldantlerfarm 4h4 hours ago

    In my 30's I have become suspicious of any overly eager speaker in a creative field. Coke, adderall, or meth? And guess based on shoes.

    Takes an addicted, wanna-be hipster, edgy, creative - overblown even - to spot another? Guess I do get it. And surely she utterly misses the irony.

    Previous tweet: She can't just step on a thorn like an boring poodle in the brambles but needs to summon up a comparison to the "biblical" (not) lion with a hurt paw (who, unlike SF, was thankful, generous, and nurturing, ha!. Never ordinary, an exceptional snowflake, even legendary! creature of myth!

    Love that moniker someone came up with for her, Snowflake.

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  24. Just realized re-reading what I just wrote that she is so judgmental and snotty she's turned me into a judgmental monsta. Thanks a lot, Snowflake. And I was just innocently reading about a wannabe homesteader figuring it all out, years ago, moving from ID to VT. One of my fav genres, staring with We Took to the Woods, Louise Dickinson Rich, as a very young child.

    Talk about a wrong turn, following a tainted Pied Piper, stuck with her seriously flawed, to me icky persona. Wish I could quit ya, gal, really. Bad story, bad relationship.

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    1. That makes two of us. Wish I could quit her too. But I've gotta see how this plays out.

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    2. So it's been, what, a month since the last begathon, er fundraiser? I'm thinking she's due for another. She was crying wolves at the door only a few months after her $15,000 Birchthorn (unfinished) windfall.
      Maybe the next will be for prepping for winter. A scrappy gal's gotta buy wood.

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  25. "A scrappy gal's gotta buy wood"... at Stewart's. LOL

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  26. Whether? Let's hope that's an autocorrect ...

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    1. Was this all you could think of to post? As it was stated twice maybe even three times, by each wrong spelling, the poster relied on spell check and got it wrong. So... it's already been addressed by someone else who posted the correct spelling and the posters who explained they relied on spellcheck.

      You know not every single person who posts on this thread raises sheep. I'm assuming you aren't familiar with this blog or the threads on it? This is a site where those that have been scammed or do not want others to be scammed post their stories, post patterns, post warnings and just generally commiserate with one another about things that make us go hmmmm. Novices to farming or farm talk or farm animals aren't going to know every little thing or how to spell words for animals they've never even heard of.

      Take a break, read the entire thread, and let it go. There's no room for snark here.

      In other news-
      Thanks Hound Dog for hosting this blog!!

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    2. You're welcome.
      I spelled it wrong too.
      Life will go on....

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  27. Jenna posted her 1/2 marathon as a "Community Service Day".
    It would be acceptable if the point was to volunteer, but nope! The only point of it is to cheer Jenna on.
    Sad and desperate--and a total misuse of her heathen group.

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    1. This is from her Heathen Meetup group Tyrs Good Hand

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    2. Well, I'm happy to note that the marathon proceeds are going to the Make A Wish Foundation. Oddly, that was never mentioned on her blog or FB posts. Just on her Tyr site. I guess she only posted that so it would be considered "community service." (Which I don't think it is... but anyway).

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  28. The good thing about her using twitter is that she has to keep her nonsense down to 140 characters.

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  29. I was looking back at her blog and realized that, when she was going on about another truck that was similar to hers, she took a picture of that truck. Somebody else's truck. If that had happened to her, she'd be FREAKING OUT! Some creepy [fill in the blank creditor] is taking pictures of my truck!!!!!!!

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    1. What I noticed about that post was it was across from her but she was talking about the Ford logo on the back of the other truck. You can't see that from the front...dur.
      I notice these little things a lot in her writing.

      I know I've said this before here...but...Don't let the truth get in the way of a good story.

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    2. Or how she says she's part of a group that doesn't make vehicle payments when she used a loan to buy the truck and is making payments.

      Per Kiva it's a 24 month loan, she's half way through.

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    3. Or how she says she's part of a group that doesn't make vehicle payments when she used a loan to buy the truck and is making payments.

      Per Kiva it's a 24 month loan, she's half way through.

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  30. Keep Reposting old posts, Jenna! It's shows everyone just how insignificant the CAF blog has become! Lazy and pathetic!

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  31. The quality of her content has been severely lacking for a long time. Even her most loyal fans must be beyond bored at this point...?

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    1. What are you talking about? This stuff is gold. lol! Imagine being so narcissistic you think the general public will be interested in your hygiene regimen.

      Jenna Woginrich: Every time I shower, I change my sheets. This is true.

      Jenna Woginrich: I have 4 sets, and shower ever 3-4 days. but i also have friends with a hottub and live by a river, so get submerged pretty regularly. I just cant imagine going to bed in dirty or older sheets when I am finally clean

      Jenna Woginrich: yeah I don't shower before bed. I shower before going out in public

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    2. Ewwwwww...lol.
      A farmer that showers every 4 days?!?

      Oh..yeah...not a farmer......carry on.

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    3. That's a shit ton of laundry for someone without a washing machine. Makes sense considering she shares a bed with a dog that runs through chicken, goose, and Turkey crap.

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    4. That's a shit ton of laundry for someone without a washing machine. Makes sense considering she shares a bed with a dog that runs through chicken, goose, and Turkey crap.

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    5. That's disgusting. I farm full-time, and often need to just change my shirt several times a day in the summer because it's gotten soaked with sweat/dirt/shit. A shower before bed is REQUIRED.

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    6. This horrified me. I don't wash my hair every day, but I am a manual laborer, and my body gets filthy. I have to bathe every day or i'd go to bed with dirt caked on my neck and between my boobs and smelling like sweat and solvents. I don't understand how someone supposedly hanging out in a barnyard could go to bed filthy every night...so gross.

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    7. Hint: she doesn't hang out on the farm away from her computer very long...throw some hay on the ground and haul some water, then done. But, if she did a quick body shower before bed each night, she could wash her sheets once a week only. Net water, etc, usage would be better for the environment and more eco sustsinable for Miss Homesteader...

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    8. She's training for a half-marathon so she runs a couple hours a day, does yoga and whatever else and she only showers, at most, a couple times a week. Holy moly. Getting in Patty's hot tub doesn't count as washing, either WTF-- and who gets in someone else's hot tub a stinky hot mess anyway? Man. It takes five minutes to take a shower. Why? Why??

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  32. TMI , but at least we know she makes her own soap ?

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    1. At the rate she showers I don't think she'll run out of it anytime soon. She did make her own soap last year? Maybe it was the year before and sold some via FB. It was a small batch, I have no idea if she made some for personal use. I am sure she buys some expensive stuff at Stewart's.

      It would be far more sustainable to shower every day and change sheets x 1 a week then shower every 3-4 days and change sheets x 2 a week. You don't have to use a lot of water if you do a 2-5 minute shower. When I was growing up my Dad, who was a farmer (he's passed on now), showered every day. He wasn't a neat freak or a water waster, in fact, he was just the opposite. He set a timer and took a 5 minute shower. He was crippled up from rheumatoid arthritis and had to use o2 throughout the day for breathing, yet still showered every night. I'm guessing since she mainly watches television, and spends most days and nights on the internet, she doesn't get very dirty. That said if my bed partner was a dog I'd be taking 2 showers a day for sure.

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  33. Reason 2,364 of why she is single. No one is going to put up with the lack of hygiene!
    So gross.

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    1. Typical Heathen

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    2. Most Heathens I know shower daily. Not sure what you mean by "typical"

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    3. Jenna Woginrich ‏@coldantlerfarm
      Mom mailed me a book called How to Find a Husband After 35. I'm not 35, nor looking for a husband. She's old-school trolling. #Respect


      Chapter 1: Soap, Water and You........

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  34. Time to market "Cold Antler Sham Poo" amazingly clean hair, guaranteed to clean poodles too

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    1. Ha! Good one. To be used every fourth day.

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    2. Wonderful idea! Cold Antler Sham Poo. Pay up front now and receive it whenever or never!

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    3. The official shampoo of ColdAntlerShamToo, yes you have to pay in advance and maybe it never arrives but you've been cleaned somehow, maybe solar shower by the river

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  35. If you ever want a laugh about farmer Jenna's grueling schedule... go and look at the time and date marks of say, just one of her social media accounts. She posts like every hour on the hour... and that's just Facebook, that she loathes. There is all the others. What farmer do you know has such an addiction to social media???? It's nuts.

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    1. And "without a cell phone" she is sitting in front of a laptop/desktop 24/7. No wonder the animals are finding their way into the main house. They're like "wtf is everyone???."

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