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Cabin fever and other nonsense…

Cabin fever and other nonsense…

Around this time every year I begin to get very antsy and find myself wanting to spend time outside. It’s currently freezing cold outside with not a blade of grass in sight. I undoubtedly usually start all my seeds way to early every year and they never survive long enough to make it into the ground in spring. This year I am trying very hard not to start any seeds yet and just enjoy the winter with my girls. We…

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Bone Broth

Bone Broth

Post Written By Sarah Sweeney Bone broth. If you haven’t heard of it yet, this nutrient packed broth has been gaining popularity in health circles in… Bone Broth

About Time Ladies

About Time Ladies

Well it would seem that one of my fall chicks has finally decided that she will begin laying eggs. Her eggs have been this beautiful greenish blue color since she started laying a couple of weeks ago. This year we did choose to start over with basically a new flock of chickens we only held back one of the older hens to help teach the younger chicks how to chicken. I am beginning to dream of the angel food cakes…

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Alpacas

Alpacas

I thought it might be time to formally introduce the two newest members of our farm! Olaf and Sven had heard about the awesome yoga classes we offer and they both thought that some yoga would help with their anger management problems. Of course we welcomed these lovely but spicey boys with open arms and hands full of cookies. It’s been about 2 months I think that they have been here and they are doing great! We figured out what…

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All Roads Lead To Yoga

All Roads Lead To Yoga

We been busy doing farm improvements here. Last year we started building a gravel road that goes to the barnyard and it’s coming along so nicely! This will be so helpful for yoga this summer as it will provide extra parking as well as making it easier to get hay to the barn.

Winter Is Here

Winter Is Here

It was a wintery wonderland this morning when I went out to do chores. Not only were the sheep covered in snow but so was everything else. Norma is our only ewe having any lambs this year as we make a switch in our focus here on our farm. Norma’s lamb should hit the ground sometime between now and the mid march but she certainly doesn’t seem to be in a hurry. We are gearing up here to start making…

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Muck Boot

Muck Boot

This cat is equal parts lovable and evil at the same time. He loves being pets, drools when he purrs and will turn you leg into hamburger while kneading as you pet him. At the same time he will jump out of nowhere and latch onto you like a tree with not a care in the world that your skin is not in fact made of bark. He also enjoys dumping the poop form EVERY SINGLE TIME right before of…

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Pony Fabio

Pony Fabio

We bought a miniature horse this year and man did I not fully understand the amount of hair involved in owning a mini. He is solid fluffy hair his mane and tail are THICK and long and really unruly. Shortly after we bought him I ended up shaving him because he seemed to be so hot and uncomfortable and itchy. I bought him a new harness this spring and when I measured him apparently I did not account for the…

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