Monthly Archives: August 2016

Fiber Day, August 18 2016

Hello all, I need to let you know that I will not be participating in Fiber Day this year because I need to attend my brother-in-law’s funeral.  The Fiber Day Market will be from 1 – 6 p.m. at 6200 N. Green (south … Continue reading

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“Young and Old” or “Winner, Winner, Chicken Dinner”

So Tom found chicks hatched, hidden under the sheep feeder again yesterday.  This morning when we went out, the Araucana hen had moved 9 of the chicks into the barn pen designated for chick rearing and left one behind I … Continue reading

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August Farming

Between us both working full-time and family illnesses and a death, we are way behind in our summer farming.  So it is stressful, but some of the sights here make me smile despite the list. The pigs and their wallow: … Continue reading

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