Author: Sue

Teste Situations

Teste Situations

Yesterday was another milestone here on the farm. Yesterday we sent our first lamb to freezer camp. Well, Troy actually did the deed. I was...Read More
Homily to the Homely

Homily to the Homely

Wherever there's spray-free produce there's also an abundance of ugly produce...it's a fact. Things often go sideways when you grow without pesticides and chemical fertilizers....Read More
The Price is Wrong

The Price is Wrong

It's veggie season again and that means those of us who sell produce at market have to step away from the fields and weeds for...Read More
Meat is Murder?

Meat is Murder?

WARNING! THIS POST CONTAINS SOME GRAPHIC PICTURES OF MEAT PRODUCTION THAT SOME PEOPLE MAY FIND OFFENSIVE OR HARD TO VIEW. Meat is murder? Well, that...Read More
Holy Hot Peppers!

Holy Hot Peppers!

In all my years of growing things, peppers, and particularly hot peppers, have probably been my biggest challenge. For some reason, when everything else was...Read More
Mustard Greens

Mustard Greens

I love to grow mustard greens. They are easy, tolerating excessive heat, drought, and even the flea beetles that seem to covet them. They are...Read More
Finding Balance

Finding Balance

Last week Troy and I made an executive decision that from here on in Sundays will be fun days. Since starting this farming thing almost...Read More
Dumb as a…sheep?

Dumb as a…sheep?

I have a routine when I bring the animals in at night. First the female goats and kids, then the wethers and bucks, then the...Read More