Monthly Archives: February 2014

It’s raining eggs!

We had more baby pigs this week – the last for a little while. Vegetables are in a holding pattern, but we should have beets and collards next week. The eggs have really started kicking in and you won’t have to reserve them ahead of time much longer. We picked up a bunch of beautiful […]
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Sledding, snow and snow babies

We spoke too soon in the newsletter last week. Though we said all the babies had been born, Little Honey (pig) and Persimmon (goat) had theirs during the snowstorm. Both had snug shelter and we were happy to all be home to enjoy their births. Persimmon’s kids were a little premature and one has become […]
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Nothing says I LOVE YOU like prosciutto and pork chops!

We are writing you early because we are sitting inside watching the snow fly. Thankfully¬†all the baby lambs, goats and pigs, have arrived before the storm. Everybody is tucked in and will poke their heads out when it is all over. Earlier this week we replanted the entire high tunnel and began getting onions in […]
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