Farm Update – Catching a pup in the act!

Farm Update – Catching a pup in the act!

Keeping an eye on the sheep watcher There are so many times I sit down to write this newsletter wishing you all were here with me, witnessing the amazing scenes of the farm.  There’s no doubt that being a farmer is incredibly hard work and when the day doesn’t...
Thank you, Johns Hopkins!

Thank you, Johns Hopkins!

One comment we’ve both heard and uttered over the many years we’ve milked cows without grain inputs usually went something like this, “if someone would just do some serious lab testing on 100% grass-fed dairy …” Well, now, according to...
Fiber Workshop

Fiber Workshop

Our Fiber Workshop can begin with the sheep, their care and the care and preparation of their fleeces or if you just plan to purchase fiber we can hang out with the sheep and learn about what to look for in fiber to suit your business model.  All workshops are...
Five Day Farm Stay Workshop

Five Day Farm Stay Workshop

We’ve all been there; traveling from one farm conference to the next, gathering ideas and leaving super excited about possibilities and just a tad overwhelmed thinking about the execution. Come and spend the week on our farm, working with us during the day,...
All About Pastured Poultry

All About Pastured Poultry

My son, Brayden has been moving and building chicken pens since he was around 10 years of age.  I myself was the first person in Kentucky to get a slap on the wrist from the Kentucky Health Department for selling pastured chicken.  In the late 1990’s I presented...