A Week To Remember.

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Wow, what a wild few weeks. If you have followed our social media for the past 10 days or so you may already know things are kicking up a notch around here. We had some solid plans 3 weeks ago that made the past two weeks seem like they would just glide by smoothly. I […]

The difference between Death and Harvest.

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To me, the difference is drastic. With a harvest, it is intended, expected, planned and prepared for. You seen it coming. You knew it was going to happen and you made sure it the event was carried out with precision. You made all the necessary plans to keep the animal relaxed and calm, and the […]

Wheels are turning

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Planning season, spending season, planting season, the time for making plans and spending all the money is here. To me, this is a fun part of the year. Even though I don’t always feel very good at it. Time for building things, fixing things from last year, maybe a few new inventions or ideas. But […]

Ending one, starting another.

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For several weeks now, I’ve been thinking about how to put some words together to describe 2018. Let’s face it, it was an entire year, much more than a blog post will be needed to accurately summarize 365 days of our life. But I will try. To start I will say that over the past […]

Interview with Cosmopolitan Cornbread

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We recently had an interview with Constance from Cosmopolitan Cornbread. We loved having her visit our farm. She did a wonderful job at capturing how we do things and why we do them. So if you have minute check out her blog post here. Down below is the YouTube video she did of our farm.   […]

2018 Here we come!

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We are super excited for the 2018 season. We have so many big things happening all so fast it is starting to get a little crazy already and the grass isn’t even green yet. Some of the biggest news is we will have a brand new flock of 600 laying hens that will hopefully keep […]

A new appreciation for fresh milk.

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As you may know a few weeks ago we purchased our very own milk cows and equipment to begin producing fresh, raw, cows milk. This past weekend our youngest jersey cow ‘’flossie’’ gave birth to a healthy bull calf and milk production began, ready or not, here we go. It took very little time for […]