It’s all about who you know "Do you like doing this job?" Someone asked me this once about chicken processing as I was loading her processed chickens into her car. That question often comes back as I'm heading into the shop on Friday morning. Friday is the day we process chickens for other... Read More Natural Pest Control We love to grow our garden.We love to eat from our garden. (Mark calls it "drive by eating" when you just eat lunch off the plant.)We even love to share our garden with other people.We do NOT like to share our plants with garden pests who eat the plant or produce... Read More Anyone Can Farm with spring weeds! Anyone Can Farm weeds! I’ll show you how today. Beyond a doubt you can procure something for yourself to eat. You are a natural farmer, you just don’t know it yet. And this farming probably won’t cost you anything. It’s the ultimate free lunch. Salad, at any... Read More Farmers and Freedom: a Memorial Day reminder Freedom. Liberty. These are important words in our human being. They are as important to the human spirit as life. As I write this it is Memorial Day weekend. For us in the U.S. it’s a time to pause and honor those who have paid the ultimate price for other... Read More Making butter a superfood: how to make ghee Ghee is an ancient practice of clarifying butter to give it a longer shelf life and to increase the digestibility of the fats. It basically amounts to heating the butter and "rendering" it to separate the water, fat, and proteins. It stores well on the counter in... Read More Farm Fence Talk "Fences make great neighbors." Every heard that one? Ever chased your cow, pig, goat, or sheep out of your neighbor's yard? If you've kept animals (or lived next to them), you can appreciate that wisdom. We've built a lot of fences. We've chased a lot of animals. ... Read More Farm Wealth Story: for farmers only Wealth can be measured by money in the bank. But a better measure may be abundance of life. By that accounting, homestead farmers are the richest folks on earth! We were at a lunch with a group of friends not too long ago, and the younger lady across from me with... Read More Pickled Eggs: a tasty way to preserve the harvest It's eggs season!Who knew eggs had a season? Hens are one of nature's signalers of spring. When the days start to lengthen and warm just a little, they go into egg production mode. They can lay one, and sometimes even two, eggs per day. After the chill of winter... Read More Tools of the Trade: You've raised your animals with care and love. Now, however, it's time for the freezer. You want to harvest your animals yourself: what basic "tools of the trade" do you need? Being able to harvest your own animals is an important skill for a... Read More A community based education opportunity: the Homesteader’s Guild class Guild: "an association of people for mutual aid or the pursuit of a common goal." There are many ways to learn: a book, YouTube videos, weekend seminars, conferences, mentorships, college classes. If you really want to know something there are two key components:... Read More FollowFollowFollowFollow Why Baker’s Green Acres Farm Fresh? Because Fresh means delicious, high quality, farm-fresh food for you and your family. Order online and pick up at a location near you! Welcome to the Farm Store – Open 24/7 Anyone Can Farm on the road: Hog Harvest at Shady Grove One on One Personalized Homesteading – Farm Consulting $100.00 Homestead Hog Harvest Class: Nov. 1-3, 2019 (Deposit) $200.00 Free -Range Chicken CSA: Whole Cornish Chicken Package, 2.75-3.5 lb – Bulk Buy $68.25 – $185.25 Whole Chicken Broilers Bundle, 4-5 lb chickens – Bulk Buy $96.75 – $342.00 Whole Fryer Chicken Package, 3.5-4.0 lb chickens Bulk Buy $78.75 – $213.75 Farm Bundles Sales Items Whole Hog (Deposit) $200.00 Wholesome Foods At Unbeatable Value, Direct from the Farm to Your Family Table. Shop Our Online Grocery Store for Farm Fresh – Beyond Organic Meat.