Trial

At last!  27 days left until we finally face the DNR and Attorney General in a court of law and both sides present their case to a judge.  This is how it’s supposed to work, right?  We’ll see.  They are determined to stay out of court by any means...
Prodigious Pigs

Prodigious Pigs

Mark and I spent some time out with one pasture of Mangalitsas recently.  I was reminded all over again of why I like these pigs. 1) They are not fazed by cold.             2) They grow well on all sorts of food. A year old blond looking...

Lard

Vacation is relative when you farm.  We have enjoyed several vacations this month, all in the name of work.  This past weekend our destination was Pennsylvania.  I was reminded of my early college days in upstate New York and how beautiful the eastern mountains are. ...
Wooly Pigs

Wooly Pigs

I came across this NPR article this morning.  It’s a great description of our pigs and why we like them.  It’s slow food on the hoof.  And, like most slow food, it’s all the better for the wait. Bringing Home The Woolly Bacon From Hungary We’ve...
…by the people

…by the people

This pig thing is a wild ride.  The developments lately have come quicker than I have time to write.  Here’s the basic run down of recent events: The DNR filed for an injunction, asking our judge to order us not to sell live pigs to in-state buyers.  This...

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