Pasture

Pasture

“April showers bring May flowers.”  The flowers the girls pick for me are fun, but even better for everyone is the green grass that sprang to life.  We now have nearly everyone out on pasture.  It really does make a difference.  The goats have brighter...
They’re here!

They’re here!

Due to technical difficulties, it’s taken me a bit to get these pictures up, but here are the wooly mangalitsa pigs.  They arrived courtesy of a capable young entrepreneur, Jimmy Lambert, who’s young enough not to mind a lot of hours behind the wheel...
Busy, Busy

Busy, Busy

It’s that time of year.  Things start to speed up at Baker’s Green Acres and we start to wonder how everything will get done.  It’s been sunny, but the wind is really chilly yet, which has complicated some projects. Mark & Kyle did manage to get...

Local Food

This winter we became aware that a large scale food distributor is trying to develop a “local foods” section in their offerings.  I’ve mentioned before that we have questions and reservations about how this would work out as far as local, sustainable...
Those Peepers

Those Peepers

The two “hovers”–one commercial, one creative–ready for action. Keeping up with 350 growing chicks is a challenge, especially when Chicks converge on feed and water set between the two hovers. one is only set up for 1/2 that many.  Monday...
Time

Time

I hope you’ll indulge me in some philosophical thoughts on time and living life.  Actually, I’m going to share them anyway.  Last night we watched a great movie, Mr. Magorioum’s Wonder Emporium.  It dovetailed with several pieces I’ve read and...

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