Recipe: Apocalypse Pierogy Reverse Hash

Being that we have been casually referring to our current existence as The Apocalypse, we have started calling almost everything we do “The Apocalypse _____”. So now we have Apocalypse Beers instead of beers, we watch Apocalypse TV, as opposed to just watching boring TV. This doesn’t change when it comes to our food. ButContinue reading “Recipe: Apocalypse Pierogy Reverse Hash”

Supplementing Copper for Goats

Different species of animals have very different nutritional needs. This is why there are so many types of feed at local feed mills and farm stores. There are even different nutritional needs between animals of the same species being used for different purposes. For example, broiler chickens need more protein and less calcium than eggContinue reading “Supplementing Copper for Goats”

Recipe: Home Made Chili Powder

Picture this: A chilly winter afternoon, I decided to make a batch of turkey chili, with some of our delicious pasture raised turkey that we ground and froze. I get half the ingredients into the dutch oven, grab the container of chili powder, and it’s empty. SERIOUSLY? You can’t have chili without chili powder!!! WhatContinue reading “Recipe: Home Made Chili Powder”

Marshall Farmers Market Bag Sharing Program

The Marshall Area Farmers Market happens every Saturday, year round, in the City Of Marshall. From May through October, it is in a parking lot on West Green Street, and November through April, it’s located within the Calhoun County Fairgrounds. We at Frontière Farm House have been vendors for three years, and we thoroughly enjoyContinue reading “Marshall Farmers Market Bag Sharing Program”

The Frontière Farm House CSA 2020

In 2019, we had some amazing supporters for our CSA card, so we decided to bring it back again this year! What is a CSA?CSA stands for “Community Supported Agriculture.” Farming is an expensive endeavor that requires a lot of upfront investment, and the returns take a while to show. Having a CSA means thatContinue reading “The Frontière Farm House CSA 2020”

Knitting Pattern: Plush Junimo from Stardew Valley

As part of our 2020 Uberlist, I plan on releasing a couple free knitting patterns. Knitting is one of the many facets of what I do here on the farm, and bringing it all together in one place seems logical for us.Robert has been playing Stardew Valley pretty consistently since it was released. He hasContinue reading “Knitting Pattern: Plush Junimo from Stardew Valley”

Ushering in a New Year with Ups and Downs

When we published our goals for 2020, I really wasn’t expecting to get started on them right on January 1. I was truly expecting to sort of lazily glide into the new year and start tackling goals by the first weekend. Unfortunately, that’s not the way life goes on the farm, and we lost oneContinue reading “Ushering in a New Year with Ups and Downs”