In praise of heritage pigs

In praise of heritage pigs

I like heritage pigs.  Increasingly I’m appreciating the heritage breeds of any animal, but tonight I appreciated pigs. Yesterday morning we had -2 degrees F at sunrise.  Today it was around 32.  After drizzling and raining this evening, it’s now snowing,...
Unintended Consequences

Unintended Consequences

The last two weeks have been intense.  The weekend before and the weekend after New Years we spent advancing the cause of the farm, of Anyone Can Farm, of a handful of local folks, and of local people who needed some good meat.  We had about 15 sows to cull.  Several...
Thoughts from the home front

Thoughts from the home front

Here it is, the day after Christmas.  It seems like the holiday just snuck up on us.  I have a stack of Christmas letters on my desk waiting to be addressed and sent.  The stack of bills is overshadowing the letters.  I did my first shopping on the 20th.  I think...

I say it again…

There is this idea in average society world that: * if the government says it’s inspected and safe, it’s safe. *the further meat is from the farm, the safer it is. *the cost of local chicken thighs, pork steak, or beef roast isn’t worth what you...
What we’re up to

What we’re up to

Seems like it’s been a long time since I’ve written here.  I just did an update on Anyone Can Farm because that’s been a lot of our busyness lately. A good share of what we’ve been doing lately, too, is reconnecting our family.  With being so...

Decision

Mark asked me to post Judge Solka’s decision so you can check it out, so here it is: Solka Decision .

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