Love is in the Air

  February is the month of love, and here at the farm it’s the month that really kicks off the year for us.  This year we are also going into our 5 year anniversary! But did you know our farm … Continued

Our Farm Journey

Our farm journey has been a long journey, that is not even close to being ended.  We aren’t actually sure how we got to be four years into our farm journey, it seems just like last August we were talking … Continued

Incubating on the farm

Hatching has been underway for some time here on the farm, and is one of the most important and time consuming jobs on the farm, thankfully David is fully in charge of all our eggs and incubators and has been … Continued

It’s already 2016?

January 2016, really January? 2016? Are you sure its not still 2015? David and I realized we really let the blog go this summer due to our heavy work load, and have resolved to do much better this year. As … Continued

Planning the Flower Field

Spring is just around the corner (We hope). With all this cold it is hard to think about planting our flower field. This past week we have spent counting seeds, planning our garden and researching the flowers. We’ve made a … Continued

2015 Farm Goals

As the snow is falling and we are stuck inside we keep talking and planning what we want to do once the weather clears and the plans for the farm. If you take a look around our website you will … Continued

Christmas Lamb Roast

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As we prepare for another Christmas I’m sure many of you are deciding and finalizing your plans for your Christmas dinner. Perhaps you traditionally have Turkey, Ham, Roast Beef, or seafood, and maybe you are bored with the “traditional” fare … Continued

Chicken to Rabbit a Basic Noodle Soup Recipe

With the cold of winter approaching everyone we encounter is talking about making soups and stews and other warm and delicious foods to ward of the inevitable freeze we will all be experiencing.  As we were deciding which of our … Continued


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For us on the farm spring has really started to arrive when the first goose egg of the year has been laid.  Somehow the arrival of that big egg makes it seem like winter won’t continue forever, and we will … Continued