Our freezers are still a little full, so we are running the freezer sale for one more week! Purchase 25 or more pounds of our meat, excluding bacon and ground products, and save 10%. If we can sell two more bundles, I think we will finally have space to get a batch of stewing hensContinue reading “Freezer Sale! Build Your Own Bundle”
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Pre-Order: Limerick Enamel Pin
We have some exciting news! We are big fans of pins and buttons as accessories, and we decided to have our own made! Our handsome Jacob ram Limerick will be made into an enamel pin! Pre-orders are available in our online shop. The pins are currently in production, and will be mailed out as soonContinue reading “Pre-Order: Limerick Enamel Pin”
Recipe: Aunt Bea’s Baked Beans
Any time I start writing about a recipe, I convince myself I need to keep it short and to the point. I hate scrolling through pages of a back story to get to the recipe. I will be brief with this. Aunt Bea was my mom’s aunt, and she passed away in 2004. I don’tContinue reading “Recipe: Aunt Bea’s Baked Beans”
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?
Farming is a Never Ending Cycle
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”
From Bacon Bits to The Whole Hog: Our First Experience Raising Pastured Pigs
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”
2020 Pork Price List
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”
Must-Haves for Making Sauerkraut
Sauerkraut is one of our favorite condiments for so many of our meals, and we love making it ourselves.
New Farm Apparel Available!
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!”
Introducing My Winter Project Truck
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”