The farm has undergone a huge transformation in the past few weeks. Where brown and grey we're the dominant colors, green and fuschia have supplanted
Spring is when it wakes again...
I am, as much as I hate to admit it, a fairly negative person. A "poo-pooer", if you will. Much of my life up until
It's going to be over 80 degrees for the next few days here on the New Jersey farm. The warm temps are much needed, after
A few months back, our neighbor Tim gave us this really great old egg incubator that he had no use for. We thought at some
Every day our farm feels more farm-like. We make little changes here and there and after a few weeks of little tweaks we get to
Finally, the gals are back to work! Our hens can pay their own damn rent for once! We're up to 2 dozen a day which
Blogging has felt like a kind of drudgery for the past few weeks. For me it's felt forced and contrived and I attribute it mostly
I've heard it on good authority that when training Maremmas, a wise human should anticipate two "exuberant" phases in the livestock guardian's developmemt. One takes
Days like these bring the cuddly beast out in us all. Enjoy this beautiful, wacky weather!...