I was Afraid She’d be out of milk, then this happened Justin RhodesPublicado em 50 anos atrásI was so afraid that our family cow, “Aunt Phylis” was running dry on milk (three months early), then this happened!, ComentáriosJames NewnamMês atrásI have been watching since almost the beginning of your channel. I am truly impressed at your growth. You are not just a content producer who makes BR-channel videos, you produce ten minute movies every day - movies that tell a story and take the viewer on a journey into your life. Well, done, sir. Well done, indeed.Justin RhodesMês atrásI really, really appreciate you saying this. You appreciate the craft of film making. Every day I try to get better and I'm (almost) obsessed with telling a good story through a short film, every day. It's comments like yours that make all the hard work (behind the scenes) totally worth it. THANK YOU!randy fisherMês atrásdo soil test your pasture likely needs limeAlfštonsMês atráswhat is that slow funeral music, anyone died? oh yeah that old chickenPart-Time PermiesMês atrásThe calf is getting so big!!!Scott MooreMês atrásHope you guys did OK with the storms that rolled through the state yesterday. Had a tornado over in Smithfield not too far from us.Terra RanchMês atrásBeautiful video with the music and drone shots! Working together with the young boys, just perfect. Hugs❤️JoJoBeanMês atrásI just want to say, you're the only youtuber I look forward to seeing my feed. Your vids are amazing and your family is so nice. I wish the best for you and your family and the farm.La Horteta de BussyMês atráspoor chicken, but his life came early. thanks for sharingsue mcfarlaneMês atrásIt’s cute to watch Lilly try and control the calf it’s a bit of a uneven match she really gets walked overbanikMês atrásLiving vicariously through you. You are all very blessed and raising you children like this is priceless.Batpherlang KharkrangMês atrásThank you Justin Rhodes for sharing your video homestead 🐔🐓🐥🐕🐈🐂💒🎥👍👍👍Lesa DietrichMês atrásPraise the Lord for Phyllis' recovery! I am sooo happy to see her producing normally, again. Have a blessed Easter!Dinanath ShreyakarMês atrásI wish I could help you in the morningsAubrey KingMês atrásSo beautifully edited. These boys, they are growing up. They’ll never forget these days. Beautiful kids. Thanks for posting today. Good stuff on the upland pasture.Kayla BernalMês atrásWOW GREAT EDITING!!!! WOW THIS VIDEO IS AMAZING!! BIG FAN FROM CALIFORNIAJustin RhodesMês atrásThank you!Jenn&Blues Backyard Barnyard AdventuresMês atrásIs Stud muffin an A2A2?Justin RhodesMês atrásUnfortunately not. We hope to replace him soon.Megan BaxterMês atrásSome goats would take care of the woods trying to reclaim the pasture, they love weeds, briers and stuff like that. They are escape artists though. 😐MelotaorMês atrásWhen will Stud breed the heffers for the next batch of calves?Justin RhodesMês atrásWe're going to harvest Stud Muffin and replace him with an A2/A2 bull.Anita SanfordMês atrásSuch hard working little fellas you have there good job .UhmMês atrásAmazing. This is the life .James MooreMês atrásA cordless hand held vacuum might be something to keep in reserve for rescuing the mineral spills.Z MalfoyMês atrásI'm so weirdly happy that Phylis is doing so well! I was worried when that blood came out before. But looks like she's much improved-- hooray for Aunt Phylis!!TheOzZ3YMês atrásWishing you and your family a blessed easter, greetings from SwedenEdith SpencerMês atrásWith the cows: Am surprised that you guys don't use a pumping machine with the cows.Justin RhodesMês atrásNot worth it for two cows. There's a lot of setting up and cleaning up with that. Oh, and its terribly noisy (breaks peace and it's hard to listen to an audio book with that thing going)Braden BarberMês atrásI love this style of vlog. A great mix of quiet and explanation.W. C. PandalaMês atrásI see editing skills.Justin RhodesMês atrásAh, thanks for noticing the hard work.TalkingThreadsMediaMês atrásHappy Easter to you and your family. So glad "Aunt Phyllis" is doing better. The mastitis had to have been very uncomfortable. Best wishes from Kate in Olympia, WAfarm boysMês atrásWhat happened to Josiah's Broody henJustin RhodesMês atrásJonah's broody hen is due in a few days.Marc René YvonMês atrásThe Rhodes family is now my daily shot of happiness and peace of mind, helping me so much with my depression days. Thank you, Justin and Beauty for enlightening my dark days. Hugs and love to all. xxxxJustin RhodesMês atrásSo glad to hear this!Hands & FeetMês atrásI about peed a little when you said "come on now, go rub a tree" lolkate kissickMês atrásNow that is some big strong farmer boys you got there Mr and Mrs RhodesSara Root-SimoneMês atrásBeautiful Cinematography!Boo !Mês atrásThis was a beautiful vlog - thanksJeanne LMês atrásIt looks like treatment for Phyllis’ mastitis is working. I’m happy for her and for you.Emerson SteinkeMês atrásIt says there are 45 comments, yet I only see two. Fanatastic video as usual!Arvil PollardMês atrásDo you have to clip chickens wing feathers to use the chicken netting fence? Need to build a co-op for some new replacement pullets/hens and thought the electric netting would be an easier and less permanent choice.Robin SilversMês atrásLove love love how you all work together.KTRYo riceMês atrásI'm starting to think the Rhodes adopted those two boys haha becoming part of everyday vlogJustin RhodesMês atrásNeighborsconservative motherMês atrásAwe, it's so good to see the walk through of you all caring for Phyllis back to her health. It's so amazing what we can learn from each otherJustin RhodesMês atrásThanks for acknowledging that. I appreciate you following the journey.Mountain Life MontanaMês atrásThank god your getting the milk and she is better. I love the beginning of the vlog and how it shows you doing all the work. What a Joyful Rewarding day.VzlaSagesMês atrásJustin, you have a beautiful family. Best wishes for you and them. CheersAlthea McNabbMês atrásWho are the 2 young boys that have been in the show lately? New neighbors? Relatives? They seem to be new to the show and not going anywhere... good for you and the extra help from good young men!Justin RhodesMês atrásNeighbors.Mike HagartyMês atrásHow high up the trees, to cattle eat the new leaves, in the Spring? Another good video. Thanks for sharing, & keep a smile on!Justin RhodesMês atrásAs high as their head will reach if they don't have luscious grass to eat instead.Ken ChappellMês atrásA healing salve does no good in the jar. Just like Love, Peace and Kindness is useless unless applied.tayyab fojiMês atrásKen Chappell hello my dear good morningYvencia SimmonsMês atrásThanks for all your tips🤗🤗💖💖🥀🥀Lauren McWMês atrás@ 05:56, I'm going to have to watch that six times just to see everything! Yay for Aunt Phyllis! Sorry about the dead chicken.Carson GuffeyMês atrásGlad she’s gotten better. Love you guys. Hope you have a great Easter. God bless!06sthrndelyteMês atrásLove watching your family. We bought 10 acres and are working our way to living off of it. I am so inspired by your family and farm! Thank you!Ken ChappellMês atrásStormy weather today.Jean JohnsMês atrásSo happy to hear Aunt Phyllis is back to giving milk. 😇 Thanks for sharing! 👍🦊❤️Blue Eye LathersMês atrásFacebook did not alert me about this video. FYI. Thank youEric VanaMês atrásJustin I love the video and the homestead keep up the good work 😁Katie BugMês atrásI been waiting for this ..