Farm Happenings

R.I.P Charles

R.I.P Charles

Charles has been with us for 15-1/2 years. He is now on the celestial Serengeti with his ancestors... he past peacefully in his sleep.Most of you are probably rolling your eyes at the fact that here we are writing about our chicken! Besides having his roots with...

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Summer Harvesting

Summer Harvesting

So, this time of year June-August.. is really our busiest. We're skirting fleeces, feeding bees and weeding the garlic fields.We're also off the farm or out in the back fields tending or doing chores. I'm not complaining... as we really love what we do. We've had...

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“Thor” has arrived.

“Thor” has arrived.

Our new studly roo "Thor" came to the farm yesterday. He's big, bold and beautiful! A much needed credential for protecting our hens. We re-homed him from a loving family who could no longer keep chickens. Our first reaction when we saw him, was "Wow, OMG" as he was...

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Lancelot is Remembered

Lancelot is Remembered

RIP Lancelot, who saved his princess from the fox, only to lose the battle. He braved the arctic winter, battling frostbite, yet caring oh-so-gently for his harem. He will be missed.At this time, the girls seem a bit lost without him. We are on the hunt for a worthy...

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The Art of Yarn

The Art of Yarn

I have always been captivated by beautiful wavy, thick n thins, curly, windy, coils and bobbin yarns. If you are hand spinning yarns, they should appear to be an expressed visual of that creative process. After all, if one wants a perfect twist with no...

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