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Hot Chooks

The last two days have risen up into the 90’s here.  Hot summer days. 

For me the weather is lovely, for the animals and birds hot weather is a trial. 376 more words

Photography

Farmer's Market at Webb City, Missouri

May 28, 2017 (by Angela)

If you’ve read the blog very long, you know that I simply LOVE a good Farmer’s Market. I’d searched for one locally and found that nearby Webb City, Missouri, has one that is open Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday, but the hours vary each day. 521 more words

Living In An RV Gets Real

Large Pigs At Large; Piglets Behind Bars

Sooner or later, piglets all get to this stage – the stage where they bust through electric netting and go marauding on devilish and troublesome mischief adventures. 375 more words

Eco-Farming

How I Became a Farmer's Wife... I Blame Joel Salatin

Many people have asked my husband and I how we started farming. Most assume one of us grew up on a farm. But the answer is no. 421 more words

Family

Eggs- Cage free? Free Range? Organic?How To Choose

When trying to be a health conscious eater, it’s important to choose the most natural and least modified foods we can buy. Unfortunately, there are a lot of labels on our food that can make picking the right choice difficult. 252 more words

Health

Growing Out

In the agriculture community the idea of “scaling-up” – whether it means getting big or “right-sizing” your operation- is frequently discussed. What “scaling up” commonly refers to is a farm diversifying its market channels to include not only… 971 more words