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Monthly Archives: April 2014


Roller Derby Inside A Chicken Incubator

Just a few hours after the last of seven incubated eggs had hatched, the inside of the incubator looked like a miniature Roller Derby rink, with strawberry blonde "Uma Bombers" smashing into each other and creating a pile of motionless bodies plunged into instant sleep. Seconds later, they are off to the races again, exhibiting ...Read more

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First babies being born on the farm

[caption id="attachment_188" align="aligncenter" width="272"] Egg Incubator At Work[/caption] The sun was quickly setting.  The blood moon was coming, and the rain was due to begin falling any minute.  Seeds hastily sown in the final hour of daylight were being harrowed in when the call came. "It's happening," she said. "You better hurry. They're starting to ...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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