Monthly Archives: January 2014

A little snow and a lot of babies!

It’s been a really fun and crazy farming week. Lots of cold and lots of baby goats and baby pigs. Everyone is cozy in the barn. The snow is melting and the kids are back to school. We are looking forward to a much warmer Saturday at Carrboro Market. We want to thank David Huppert […]
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Pigs On A Farm, Sunday Morning

Pigs On A Farm from David Huppert on Vimeo. Thanks to David Huppert for creating this beautiful video. Squirrel and Petunia had babies a couple of weeks ago and David and Sarah came out for a visit. Check out more of David’s incredible work here: http://vimeo.com/davidhuppert.

Sausage Making

This week has flown by and we have been well prepared for this polar vortex. Happy to report animals and plants are surviving while the sun rises and sunsets are longer and more beautiful. I do miss a deep northern winter but the dusting of snow still lingers on the pasture by the chickens. We […]
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Press Release – Council Formed to Unite North Carolina Farmers

Council Formed to Unite North Carolina Farmers Local farmers join with The Humane Society of the United States to foster better animal welfare and environmental stewardship RALEIGH, N.C. (Dec. 20, 2013) – To advance humane and sustainable agricultural practices in North Carolina, The Humane Society of the United States has formed a state agriculture council […]
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Eat More Spinach!

Happy New Year! I am really excited about our spinach. We have a truckload full of hakurei turnips – the best salad turnip you can imagine and a bonus because the greens are great too! We also have radishes and cabbage. I’m going to wait another week on collards, but holiday hams are still in […]
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