Yesterday was our first Saturday off since my surgery back in mid-September. We spent the day cleaning, working on various projects, and knitting. This week, we also gave some retired trees to the sheep and goats. I think they mostly enjoyed them. What do you think?
Just a couple days ago, I posted on Instagram saying we are officially “On Vacation” until the new year. What I meant was that we don’t have any farmers markets until January 9. There is nothing even close to resembling a vacation happening in our lives right now, however, I didn’t expect to get rightContinue reading “Farming is a Never Ending Cycle”
It’s taken some time for me to figure out what I wanted to cover with this blog post, but I finally decided I should just start writing and see where it takes me. Many of our friends, family members, and customers have asked us how it feels to have raised our own pork. The questionContinue reading “From Bacon Bits to The Whole Hog: Our First Experience Raising Pastured Pigs”
There is more information about pork coming soon, but this is just our quick price list so folks know what they’re getting into! Keep in mind, this is the 2020 pork price list, and may change in the future. Future price lists will make this one invalid. So, here goes! Item Price per pound BaconContinue reading “2020 Pork Price List”
Sauerkraut is one of our favorite condiments for so many of our meals, and we love making it ourselves.
Many of our friends and farm fans have participated in our Custom Ink shirt campaigns. We have finally had the time to sit down and start up a shirt shop that will be available all the time! There are only a couple print options, but there are a TON of style options. We have onesies,Continue reading “New Farm Apparel Available!”
Most posts on the blog are written by Nicole. Bob will be writing about his project truck as he works on it. Farming is a lot of work. Every single day from early March to the end of November, we are caring for the hundreds of animals that either permanently or temporarily call our farmContinue reading “Introducing My Winter Project Truck”
Since the start of Covid and social distancing, we have obviously been spending much more time on the farm. This has given us the opportunity to record many of our day to day tasks, and we’ve started sharing them on our YouTube channel. Some of our recent videos have been peeks into what it’s likeContinue reading “An Avalanche of Adorable”
We are participants in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for us to earn fees by linking to Amazon.com and affiliated sites. Last week, we spent a few hours in the Albion Food Hub making some sauerkraut for ourselves, and to swap with friends. Fifty threeContinue reading “Recipe: Making Fermented Sauerkraut”
When we decided to skip the garden entirely this year, we knew we would need to acquire veggies from other farms to preserve for ourselves. Last weekend, we picked up a basket of pickling cucumbers from our friends at Willow Garden. We have been buy vegetables from Jason and Seraina since before we bought theContinue reading “Recipe: Easy Sweet Fridge Pickles”