Turkeys

Turkeys

It’s almost Thanksgiving–for which two boys in our house are giving thanks!  Joe and Keith have raised about 30 turkeys this year.  They’ve realized the jump from 15 to 30 is a significant one.  It’s been a good summer with the turkeys, but...

Court decision

I’ve waiting to update for two reasons: 1) We’ve been insanely busy with classes and our trip to the Weston A. Price conference, and 2) We haven’t heard anything yet.  The 30 days was up yesterday and we still haven’t heard from the judge. ...
Education

Education

Our problems with an overzealous government agency have prompted us to look at solutions to the problem.  A basic 3 prong approach seems prudent, as government feeds on its own perceived power and will continue to try to regulate small farms out of existence and...
THE Hearing

THE Hearing

We finally hit the big day.  October 15.  It wasn’t raining when we got up that morning, which was a good sign it seemed to me.  We’d enjoyed good company over a good meal (I made Mangalitsa pork roast for everyone) the evening before.  We felt confident...

Thank-you

This past week I once again faced the “legal defense” bills.  These included the costs of the depositions.  The depositions were costly, but revealed so much.    All this was made possible by the passion and generosity of American citizens, along with...
Hello, fall

Hello, fall

September is not a slow time on the farm.  It’s still within our harvest season, so we add the challenges of school rather than dropping activities.  Add to that a weekend trip to Polyface Farm (Joel Salatin) for a Farm to Consumer Legal Defense Fund event, a...

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