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Monthly Archives: February 2014


Lucretia: The Nancy Drew of Turkeydom

She moves slowly, with the curiosity of Nancy Drew searching for clues. If she can walk onto it, into it, or through it, she will. Lucretia, the turkey we spared with a pardon at Thanksgiving, has become a farm pet. She will be joined next month by 15 one-day-old turkey poults (babies). These will be ...Read more

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No Hammertime for “Hammer” These Days

A good rooster can be both a magnificent bird and a pasture pest.  He guards his flock of ladies and their eggs against predators, and he's so attentive to their needs that he always lets them eat first. But walk into his yard and be prepared to do battle.  If a rooster has his spurs, ...Read more

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Our honeybees forage on a variety of crops planted on the farm, as well as native species of trees, plants and weeds.

We have many visitors to the farm each year. No visit is complete without some goat petting. When it's blueberry-picking season, the goats love culled berries.

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