Monday, January 22, 2018

Grass fed beef!

You guys! We have freezers full of beef, just back from the butcher!

It takes a bit to of time at the butcher. They age the USDA inspected beef. Then it is flash frozen and packed up.

More information is on our website, including ordering by the piece or by the side!

Wednesday, April 12, 2017

stay back to do list!

It's full on spring. A pace bordering on frantic has set in. The to do list requires slashing dramatically every day! And if the sun shows up strong for more than a few hours, quick! Check all the seedlings and recent transplants, and all livestock and the farmers too...hydrate! All! Now!

Rudy has a broken leg, and for such a little dog he needs so much assistance daily. We have to remind ourselves to slow down and help him get up and down stairs, on and off furniture and in and out of doors and gates.

Weekly he needs to visit the vet so they can check on his healing process. We might be failures on the "keep him quiet" directive. My goodness, quiet is difficult on spring days on the farm!

Flower seeds we started last fall are started to bloom! Bouquets of many kinds are available!

Fresh chicken too, perfect for dinner this weekend!

All the eggs you could want, with no need for messy dyes.

Spinach is strong too.

With hot sauce we are loving deviled eggs with spinach. So many good things to do with that fresh spinach!

And sausage from our pork too!

We are up with the sun and taking naps during the heat of the day. Our season is on! See you soon.

Tuesday, April 11, 2017


It was so hot today! Blistering. Burn up your just transplanted seedlings, dry out all your vegetable and flower beds sort of hot.

In an early morning meeting, we searched for last months minutes. A bit of headscratching happened.

Oh! 30 days ago we could not meet, because of snow and the governor requesting that everyone just stay at home for a bit.

And today was blistering hot.

I ran home and watered all the little seedling babies. Ran another errand. Returned to the farm and watered again. With the new nozzle. So that I didn't get sprayed from head to foot!

And then, my girl dogs hung out in the shade while I cooled off.

Jasmine. The sweetest dog ever. Always with a lovely smile on her face.

Luna. Bless her heart.

Pookie, a stray who is likely 100% Jack Russell. Never sits still, always on alert and on the hunt.

We all had water and some pats. And then back at it. 

All rescue dogs from various sources. Love them all.


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