USDA

USDA

At last, it finally happened!  We got some pigs through a USDA inspected harvest and can make our pork available to you all.  We weren’t able to get them scalded and scraped, so they aren’t as unique as we’d like, but they are still the best tasting...

Appeals Court

The appeals court for the other cases in the Pig Battle has handed down its decision. Here is their decision in a nutshell: “The rules governing our review of this dispute command us to afford great deference to the DNR’s method for delineating a particular...
Spring chickens

Spring chickens

Finally and at long last, we have chicks!  Farming is a dynamic profession.  Life is ever changing, and so does our farm.  Usually we would have chickens almost done by now, but this year we needed to build a new brooder, so we are just starting them now.  Rachel is...
Spring sun

Spring sun

The baby pigs born in February’s snow are loving April’s sun.  They will be ready to go to new homes starting mid April. The older ones are, alternately, digging to China and sunbathing.                 The guys are...
Puppies!

Puppies!

Our two Great Pyranees females had puppies a while back.  The girls are great working dogs–our farm would be lost without them to guard the chickens.  All three dogs are gentle with the kids, too.  They don’t try to keep the kids in line and are welcoming...

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