Yeah sun!

Yeah sun!

Oh, has November in northern Michigan ever been nice.  My Canadian aunt has been listing the things she’s still enjoying fresh from her garden.  Our own garden has been producing little bits yet.  I’ve gotta cook up some pumpkins and squash that got a bit...
A Grand Lady

A Grand Lady

This week we are waving our last goodbyes to a grand old lady.  I’m not so sure about the last goodbye part–she will live on in the lives of those of us left behind–goodbyes are messy like that.  I don’t know that it’s right to think of...
Wealthy us

Wealthy us

It’s a gray, yucky day here on the farm.  We’re ready for some liquid sunshine in the form of the cod liver pills we take through the winter.  There’s a nasty cold (maybe flu?) going around, closing schools (except for those fortunate children who...
Unique

Unique

The more we work with and learn about these wooly Mangalitsa pigs, the more we appreciate them.  They are a unique breed in the pig world–because of the potential their genetics give them and because of the disciplines that maximize that potential.  Heath Putnam...

Beef

We got some questions about the grass-fed beef: The beef will be cut and vacuum packed.  We use a local USDA inspected plant and have been pleased with their service to date. There are a couple of sizes in the pasture.  A full size beef will be abou 600-800 pounds...

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