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Hog Harvest

It’s that season: Hog harvest time.  We’ve been harvesting half pigs that folks have purchased and we’ve put several in the freezer if you just want some pork chops or bacon.  We are also gearing up to teach folks how to process their own hog.  It...
Nature of Farming –

Nature of Farming –

Anyone who’s raised animals very long can tell you that sometimes things go wrong.  They aren’t really “Acts of God.”  Things were designed to work a certain way and when it goes wrong it usually involves nature, as in “the nature of the beast” (literally).  Animals...
Education

Education

Our problems with an overzealous government agency have prompted us to look at solutions to the problem.  A basic 3 prong approach seems prudent, as government feeds on its own perceived power and will continue to try to regulate small farms out of existence and...

Yesterday we worked at emptying the garden.  The cold mornings that make the cookstove feel so good in the mornings have also meant the end of most of what was left in the garden.  We left some of the cold hardy plants: brussell sprouts, swiss chard, turnips, and...

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