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...
Grass Fed Sheep 101

Grass Fed Sheep 101

This workshop will begin with learning to ask the right questions before you even set those four little hooves down on your farm.  We have a battery of questions that we are certain haven’t even entered your mind and the answers to those questions will show a...
100% Grass Fed Dairying Workshop

100% Grass Fed Dairying Workshop

Learn how to run a small, 100% Grass Fed micro dairy on your farm.  Many people still tell us that you can’t produce milk without feeding grain but we’ve done it successfully for the past 15 years.  You’ll learn how to chose a breed based on your own...
Wisdom From Wendell Berry

Wisdom From Wendell Berry

Our Work Starts with You. With the gentle caressing of another rainfall, chores done, cows milked, bread rising and most of the gardening put on hold, I’ve filled the French press with coffee and grabbed my morning reading for some further edification from Wendell...
What a Difference a Year Makes

What a Difference a Year Makes

I’ve just come in from my pasture inspection and I just couldn’t help but remember what things were like on the farm one year ago.  Baby Indi was just born (yesterday was his birthday) and Baby Michi was born in several inches of snow (today he is one year...
The Blessing of the Bees

The Blessing of the Bees

As an Orthodox Christian I am blessed to have centuries of ancient prayers to recall for almost every act on our farm.  Monks pray as they bring their cows or goats in for milking; they pray as they collect eggs from chickens asking blessings on them for their...