Spring fun

Spring fun

I know I need to catch the blog up on the hog case, but the weather’s finally nice and there is a lot to do on the farm in the spring: This is Coco.  He’s a bull calf (male) born about a week ago.  He’s a Jersey/Wagyu cross.  Penny is in milk now! ...
Ready for company!

Ready for company!

Mark brought home the first installment of bunkbeds for the Bunkhouse.  The guys set them up this morning and they look great!  We are excited to have people come and stay with us.             Sam and Joe would like you to think that they...

Videos about pigs

        Wondering what all the hullabaloo is all about?  I have several articles in the archives (just search Michigan DNR), and you can read  a copy of the Declaratory Ruling for yourself....
Chicks for sale

Chicks for sale

Tomorrow (April 30) we will be receiving a handful of layer chicks.  If you are interested in any of them, please give us a call or e-mail so we can reserve yours for you. We will be receiving broiler chicks at the same time.  If you can get them same day or next day,...
Hurry, Spring!

Hurry, Spring!

The sun is out this afternoon!  Yeah!  Tomorrow is predicted to be sunny, warm, and not too breezy. We’ve been just maintaining on the farm.  Planning for spring, looking forward to it, but not able to do too much.  Basically, it’s muddy here.  The rain is...
Eggs

Eggs

I got a question on facebook a week or so ago: how do you avoid that green edge on a hard boiled egg yolk? That green ring is the result of a chemical interaction between the sulfur in the egg white and the iron in the egg yolk.  The reaction occurs when the egg is...

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