Agri-Education

If you’ve known us for even a short time, you know that information disemination is a strong value here.  This winter we met Ilene Satchell of Willow Tree Way at the Small Farms Conference.  She has a program for training farmers to be para-educators and to...

“Teeth of the Lion”

Here’s some information I got on my e-mail about dandelions.  I’ve gotten a couple of recipes for using dandelions.  FamilyHerbalRemedies.com is one place I’ve only started to mine for natural remedy information (it was very helpful in dealing with...
What’s New

What’s New

Someone asked me today, “So, what’s going on on the farm these days.”  Um, where do I start?  Yikes.  Then I downloaded the new lamb pictures and realized my May file is huge, even after deleting some pictures.  May has been a busy month at...
Wild Things

Wild Things

Spring is a great time.  Food wise, if you are committed to eating what you grow, it’s the time of the first fresh veggies.  Some day I’ll be on top of things enough to be enjoying fresh swiss chard and spinach and romaine lettuce right now.  For this...
Chicken Processing

Chicken Processing

This week marks the third week we’ve been back in the chicken processing saddle.  We do our own birds as well as custom chicken processing for others.  I got some pictures of the process for the interested…. We strive to make this as stress-free for the...

Chicken on Wall Street

An interesting article popped up in the Wall Street Journal a couple days ago.  Chip Hoaglund at Cherry Capital Foods brought it to our attention.  You can read the article in its entirety as it covers more than just chicken and is quite interesting.  Here is an...

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