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Make Your Own Tea

Did you know the Dutch were the first to import tea to America and Europe? This according to my favorite book right now “Home Grown Tea” by Cassie Liversidge. 264 more words


A new Beginning 

Ever since I was little I have always been passionate about horses can’t remember the days where I haven’t. Ever since that first pony ride I don’t think you could take me away from them no matter how hard you could try I will never leave them. 302 more words


A Garden Medley

August 28, 2016
4:55 p.m.

Y’all, here’s the dill.

The fall garden is in the ground. The grass is mowed, the is coop cleaned, and the kids’ lessons are prepared for the beginning of the brand, spankin’ new homeschool year that me and my pear of Chicken Kids are gonna be embarking upon startin’ t’morrow. 127 more words


Working on the Farmhouse

You know, it was always my dream to live on a farm, growing my own food and raising animals. Living a life as green and sustainable as possible. 576 more words

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As The Goat Turns

We welcomed 2 new goats to the farm.. Sam, the yearling buck, and a yet to be named year-old female who happens to be Faith Hill’s daughter. 47 more words

Raised By A Village

Soiled Soul 

August 26, 2016
8:22 p.m.

There’s dirt stains b’neath my fingernails that just won’t come out no matter how many times I scrub ’em. My shirt and knickers are filthy dirty and drenched with the sweat of my toil, and my muscles ache somethin’ fierce. 643 more words


Who Grows Your Food?

Today is the first of many ‘Food For Thought’ segments that we will happily be bringing to you. At Newlyns staying true to our farming roots and understanding the origin of food is at the forefront of who we are and what we do. 88 more words