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Its warm and the air is acrid.

The usual burst of morning sensoria awaits, announcing the day, prying open still sleeping eyes as I walk from one room to the next. 215 more words

Gulf Coast Native Sheep for Sale

We raise Gulf Coast Native Sheep.
We had 29 lambs born this year, 13 were ewe lambs. Combined with the 8 yearling ewes and the 24 experienced ewes, we have more than our land can support. 253 more words

Growing Practices

Lancashire 'Summer Days' Festival - July 2016

Summer Days is a 3 day boutique music and food festival held in the grounds of Clitheroe Castle, Lancashire6th, 8th & 9th July… 63 more words

Festival News

All back to Asselega’s place

Is it possible to be haunted by a place? I don’t mean in the way a human ghost might; a sudden drop in temperature accompanied by an uncanny sensation that something else is there, followed perhaps by a fractured glimpse of a movement or a shape. 1,751 more words


A mix of highs and lows on the farm, but the school visits cheered us up!

It seems typical that just as the pastures and puddles dry up and the grass begins to grow that the weather suddenly turns cold, grey and probably wet. 414 more words

The Farm

The Stotts

I’m counting this as an adventure.

Also this is mostly a post where I brag that these are my friends.

My cousin Sarah is a fashion and band photographer and she wanted to get practice doing music videos, so she asked our friend… 89 more words


California Coastal Eats from Malibu Farm Cookbook

As a native of Southern California, I was overjoyed at the idea of this book. With such beautiful weather that allows tart and tangy citrus, buttery avocados, year-round access to a number of fruits and vegetables, and an overall joy about the outdoors, I was excited to see what recipes I could enjoy in my own kitchen. 811 more words