New Chicks There is much peeping coming from the barn these days. We have 50 baby chicks! Every summer we raise our own organic chicken for ourselves as well as a few neighbors and friends. This year we are raising 50 “meat birds”. They will stay in the barn for a couple of weeks. Our nights are still cool and … Read More

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Spring Time Frolic The past few weeks we have been able to begin to introduce our sheep to pasture. Sheep can not be switched from one kind of feed to another quickly. They need a slow gradual transition from eating their winter hay to grazing on lush green fields. Everyone enjoys this time of year. The lambs love the freedom … Read More

Spring Time Chores

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Spring Time Chores I have realized that some people long for the farm life. In their minds “farm life” represents lazy afternoons under a shade tree, walks down quiet dirt roads, peaceful animals grazing in pastures and plenty of time to contemplate. If they spent one full year with us, I wonder if they would continue to long for “farm … Read More

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