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Jersey James Posted - Nov 03 2014 : 3:23:11 PM
What a brilliant resource! We love it. Amazing quality. Can't wait to really dig in. I'm working on a cheese cave and bought that very regulator so the advice is really helpful. I also have a terrarium thing to keep the humidity just right that I have to rig in there too. Thanks for taking the time and giving the Love to make this beautiful book happen MJ. Well Done!
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CloversMum Posted - Feb 11 2015 : 08:44:47 AM
This is a book that I keep going to over and over. Every time I think I have a question (sometimes I'll ask it here on the chat room) and then I find the answer in this book. Very practical and yet beautiful at the same time...wonderful combination.
bhill Posted - Feb 10 2015 : 12:59:51 PM
I am usually skeptical about just going out and buying a book unless I am knowledgeable of the author so I ask for an inter-library loan. I am totally satisfied and actually thrilled with the quality of Milk Cow Kitchen and I really enjoy the many beautiful photos. Great detail about everything in the cow section, I am sure that I will refer to this as a great how to manual in getting set up for a family cow. The best photos and diagrams for a functional milking parlor I have seen yet. Thanks so very much, I will be placing my order for the book soon. Best regards, bhill
Jersey James Posted - Nov 04 2014 : 10:06:56 AM
And then one must consider the trees....
Jersey James Posted - Nov 04 2014 : 10:06:06 AM

We had a fire a couple of days ago but no book yet. Drat. Who knows when we will be cold enough for a fire again! It is a pretty book for sure. But, I'm a dude so I think one book will serve both purposes for me. Ines was under communism until age 12 so she's just happy to have a book. lol
CloversMum Posted - Nov 04 2014 : 09:45:44 AM
What I am curious about is how long will it take for you, James, to order a second copy! I find I really need my work copy and then I still like my "pretty" copy to browse through in front of the fire in the evenings.
Ron Posted - Nov 04 2014 : 06:41:49 AM
And let's not forget the great pictures!
Can hardly wait for the next release, ........

Bull in the antique shop? Okay, okay sorry no more dry humor, I promise. Maybe.
Jersey James Posted - Nov 04 2014 : 06:35:27 AM
Thanks for putting your heart into it and sharing!
maryjane Posted - Nov 04 2014 : 06:29:27 AM
Can't even think of anything dry to say (must be my locale) and, Thanks for buying my book sounds boring and understated. How about Thanks!!!!!! Way very cool that you're enjoying it!
Jersey James Posted - Nov 04 2014 : 06:25:05 AM
HaHa LOL. I do a bit of deadpan myself. Rarely works over the internet. =)

I do really like the book. MJ is so darned talented. It's all about evoking emotion and this book has it in spades!
Ron Posted - Nov 03 2014 : 3:49:02 PM
I take it you like the book too ? Lol..dry prairie humor here.sorry. :)