Yesterday midday Bill sent out the word – time to dig potatoes!
Liam was working on the new anvil stand he’s fashioning from a tree stump found along the hay field. Aidan was re-stringing the yellow 4-wheeler start cord because the original worn and frayed one gave way...
"And the rains came down" ... and kept coming down.
Everything is wet! We've experienced flash flood warnings the last two nights and have received almost 3 inches of rain since midnight on top of several inches from the night before. Schools in our area haven't had the...
It’s been rainy out our way, and authorities have declared a state of emergency in Richland County along with many other counties in southwestern Wisconsin. However, we’ve been lucky to avoid the flooding.
As summer draws to a close we are spending our time harvesting v...
Here I sit trying to write a newsletter, knowing children are unfairly and forcibly separated from their parents along the United States southern border under a new policy which our president is using as leverage for political gain.
Every morning since Pixie had her litter of pups two weeks ago, they are the first thing I see when I come into the kitchen. They are flopped about in their box on the other side of the fridge seemingly drunk on her milk, and I’m compelled to stand and stare at them.
As expected - spring on a farm brings a craziness all its own.
Animals are birthing bringing more mouths to feed and chores to do, pastures and weeds are growing, fences need to be made, fields need to be worked and planted, and our big season of CSA shares is starting.