Spring Arrivals

Spring Arrivals

Happy St. George’s Day to our readers in England. I am writing this on April 23rd, and it is snowing in the mountains of Pennsylvania yet again! The pastures are finally being transformed from their dull winter brown to the

Feeding Goat Kids

Feeding babies You will find as many tables, charts, rations and plans for bottle feeding baby goats on the internet. A basic rule of thumb to go by is 10 to 12 per cent of body weight per day. As

It is canning time

Yip it is that time of the year where the garden produce needs to canned for winter consumption.

Getting Ready for Honey Bees

Getting Ready for Honey Bees

We are getting ready to have our bees and have them produce honey for us this year. I place my order for 2 Packages of bees and will be able to pick them up May 5th.

New Babies Expected

New Babies Expected

I love spring and the promise of new beginnings, new soft baby chicks and baby guineas (Keats) and a chance to fall in love all over again. New babies do more than just brighten our world, they are a constant

Seeds for Spring 2012

Seeds for Spring 2012

Our seed orders for this growing season are starting to come in. With such a mild winter here in northeast PA,  spring planting will hopefully start a little earlier this year. I can hardly wait to start planting and to

New egg cartons for 2012

New egg cartons for 2012

We have picked 2 new egg carton designs for this year.. Eggs will be available in two different sizes:

Our Farm

Our Farm

Bees are the best natural pollinators and without these amazing little buzzing creatures there would be far fewer flowers, fruits and vegetables in this world!

Pastured Eggs

Pastured Eggs

Our red sex-links are wonderful egg-layers, the girls often produce 300+ lovely brown eggs a year. The girls are raised outside, allowed to roam in open pastures, eating grass and scouring the woods for bugs. We believe that our grass-fed/pastured

Pastured Sheep

Pastured Sheep

Ladybugs eat a large number of aphids  and other harmful bugs, but one of the most endearing qualities of a ladybug is its appearance. We keep our “good luck charms” happy  by not using pesticides on our vegetables.