We are really looking forward to our third season of growing and meeting new friends.


To look back and see how far we have grown in just 3 short years is just amazing!  This year we are extending the garden and are planting some fruit trees.  We purchased 3 new bee hives that have already been built and are ready for painting.  We are branching into the great world of mushrooms.  The mushroom spawn has been ordered and our Arborist will be here before the end of the month to cut some logs for our New Shitake Mushroom Garden.  Needless to say, the Farm is truly taking on a life of its own.   What we are most excited about is the possibility of some baby goats running around the yard in early April. We really can’t wait to watch them roam with the curiosity of new life and discovering things for the first time.  In fact, all the animals are ready for Spring.  George and Harriet are really looking forward to getting out of the barn and eating some grass; our chickens are starting to lay the most beautiful eggs we’ve ever seen and the goats are eagerly awaiting their babies. Spring is right around the corner and we are all ready for it!


Lilly loves to dig garden beds with us and is always excited for Spring.


Chasing chickens all day long is one of Toby’s favorite things to do.


Every day is like Easter as we hunt to find the eggs laid by all of our Sally chickens.


One of the friendliest chickens we ever had—Goldie is missed.

Merri, Maggie and Dora

These three love to climb anything that they can get to.


When gazing into Martha’s eyes you can see that she may just be a bit confused, maybe one head butt too many.


Super sweet but a bit timid, Merri loves to eat her veggies from your hand not the ground!


A simple girl really, Harriet loves being the boss, and food, food and more food.


Known for his mohawk George actually thinks he is a bit of a lap pig, happy to have any attention he can get.

Beautiful bees

With roughly 60,000 of these great workers we take all the credit for the great honey, not to mention the well pollinated garden.

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