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Monthly Archives: May 2014


Our Farm Family Is Growing Again

Alright, everyone.  Sit down.  We have something to tell you.  We'll just come right out and say it--we've decided to have kids! Wait, wait.  Kids as in goats, that is. Actually, two doelings and a milking doe.  They joined us this week and immediately became the center of attention for both the humans and the ...Read more

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Little Golden Comets Are Growing Quickly

Seems only yesterday that these young girls were little peepers, but they're growing quickly now. They will eventually join their older sisters and become prolific layers. The day will come when the older girls just won't be able to lay any longer, and these new girls will fill the void -- or the nests. For ...Read more

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Old Tractor A Reminder

Hardly a day passes on the farm without me catching a glimpse of this 1952 Farmall M tractor.  Each time, I'm reminded of my father, who passed away just before Christmas of 2009.  When he was scaling back his farming operation, he saved this old tractor for me.  It was the one I drove nearly ...Read more

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Birds Take Over Farm; They’re Everywhere!

[caption id="attachment_204" align="aligncenter" width="480"] Pasture grazing broiler chicks eat from sunup until sundown.[/caption] There was a time when we would laugh and say that the farm had gone to the dogs because we have four canines, all of questionable value but at least each is a great licker.  Now, however, without question the place has ...Read more

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How We Roll
Farm Star

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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