So, inevitablly when I go out of town (on the rare occassions I actually leave home for more than 15 minutes) something has to happen. An animal gets out, an animal gets hurt or gets sick. A family memeber gets sick. … Continue reading
Hey guys and gals,
I apologize for the website being a bit quiet and slow lately. The farm has been anything BUT. We have been skittering around here and there, trying to get SPring crops planted, animals moved around, cages and pens deep cleaned, fences and structures fixed… basically,
we I have been busy.
My goal was to post regularly on the website, wether we were selling products currently or not. My goal was to get a newsletter up and *published* at least once a month AND to have at least one farm ‘event’ by now. Unfortunately none of those things have happened…. yet.
Between regular farm duties, new animals, busy LIFE activities with three kids, colds and allergies hitting each of us pretty hard more than once and a few holidays/birthdays thrown in there just to keep us moving… I have struggled to sit down and really commit to those goals I promised to make a priority not so long ago.
Here’s to a new day, a new week, a new month, a new Season.
I’ll be checking back in with you soon!
$50 Farm Fresh meal in a basket for your family and friends!!
Dry pasta, homemade kale pesto, fresh baked french bread, balsamic oil dipping sauce, delicious cookies, and a gift certificate for fresh produce to put together a fresh garden salad.
Just A Simple Day on the Farm:
Well today we let Geezer out and discussed letting him move in with Maxine. He loves the dirt and enjoys hanging out with farm animals like he is one of the gang…he is a pig after all. So today he is a happy pig wandering around the farm munching on the happy weeds coming up after the rain and itching his belly on tree stumps…but he IS locked out of the garden. NO Sir I will not allow you to eat the whole vegetable garden like I know you want to…