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    1. getcat 68 months ago | reply

      Rabbits ducks oh my...

    2. clove 59 months ago | reply

      I just read your article about bringing the goats to the vet in the SF Gate. Wonderful article. You're a talented writer and seem to lead a charmed life.

    3. SignoraEdie 58 months ago | reply

      We enjoyed you immensely at Los Angeles Library ALOUD!

    4. gfr00 57 months ago | reply

      What's the point of the cute picture with cute animals? You are going to kill these innocent rabbits, ducks, etc and eat them. How can you call them your babies? Would you do that to your real babies??

    5. heatherer 56 months ago | reply

      gfr00- quit being so judgemental and worry more about yourself... everyone has their own path

    6. bcobble 54 months ago | reply

      I just finished reading your book and enjoyed it immensely.

    7. Laurel H. 50 months ago | reply

      I, too, just finished reading Farm City. Great book! At the end, you hint at moving, but it appears as if you are still in the same place? Just wondering; I admire your decision to do what you do WHERE you do it, and I was just curious as to whether or not you are still in the same place. And if you are, was "your" lot ever purchased and improved (in a real estate sense)?

    8. snortywart 50 months ago | reply

      Such a cute photo! I LOVED Farm City--hope a follow up is in the works!

    9. bayareabites 50 months ago | reply

      Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Bay Area Bites and Beyond, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

    10. Rabbit_Mom 49 months ago | reply

      Is this husbandry or parenting? Many mixed messages here. I applaud your passion but question your true eventual directions. As the grandaughter of a free-range rancher, I abhore the limited resources of urban farming. Countryside is used for farming due to open space, which isn't available in San Lorenzo.
      As a Mom to three amazing rabbit kids, there is either husbandry or parenting... no dual roles, as this is contradictory to both the unconditional nurturing of parenting/adopting animals, and its not the business mindset necessary for farming. A dual approach is a doomed approach, as you cannot tend opposite paths for success.

    11. mamarazz 26 months ago | reply

      I absolutely loved this book!! It was hilarious in parts and gutwrenching in others. I applaud your ability to be an urban farmer in, of all places, Oakland!

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