Chicken, chicken, chicken

This week has been chicken processing week.  The first part of the week was spent harvesting our own birds.  Monday night is pickup time, after the birds are settled in for the night.  This eliminates a lot of stress on the birds and the humans as we don’t have...
Thanks

Thanks

“Thank-you for your service.” It’s a statement veterans hear frequently.  They appreciate it, really.  A lot of them are trying to figure out how to make their experiences in the military jive with the challenges of civilian life.  One veteran said...

Veteran Lives Matter

Life.  That’s what we’re about on this farm.  Part of our rebuilding process has been to seek ways to build into the lives of those around us.  Thus, we offer classes to help others raise their own food, provide healthful food for folks, and have sought...
Spring

Spring

‘Tis the season for shorts with muddy boots (that way your pants stay dry when you walk in puddles), pigs rototilling gardens, and broiler chicks.   Frank is showing off his skill at picking up chicks.
Spring chickens

Spring chickens

Despite it’s fickleness, March brings the promise of better things to come.  The chickens are inclined to believe March and start laying eggs with enthusiasm. *** Jim is the guy who takes care of the laying hens.  The two turkeys in there are making it quite a...

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