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Where Baby Bunnies Hide

Betsy, one of the Marans, flushed out a baby bunny that was hiding behind the rain barrel. The baby bunny ran to hide next to the West Coop run wire fence. I was standing at the back of the West … Continue reading

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Farm Aromatherapy

The house is filled with the smell of peaches. When I lean over the stove to look into the pot, I get the added bonus of a peach-infused facial. According to the National Hurricane Center, there is a “disturbance” in … Continue reading

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Baby Chicks Growing Up 2016

Baby Princesses with Princesses watching Joanna’s Babies with Joanna and the South Coop watching The first week in May, we picked up 23 one-day-old baby chicks at the Post Office. 15 of them are Ameraucana chicks, but we call them the … Continue reading

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Third Year – Gardening

Our first year of gardening in Florida was very organized. I documented the number and type of each plant and seed on every row. We had 14 rows running East and West. It was a beautifully planned garden that was … Continue reading

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Sadie’s Retirement

Sadie’s worked hard all of her 12ish years. She studied all her options and decided her best choice was to retire at The Farm. Even though there is a nice comfy quilt in the back of the van for traveling, … Continue reading

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Got Eggs

These are definitely not your Store-Bought Eggs. We gathered 20 eggs yesterday. About half of the West Coop pullets are laying now. The Marans, who lay the dark brown eggs, were the first to start laying. Annie led the way … Continue reading

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Got Cork?

No Cork, No Joy.  Every conocedor de vinos knows that without a cork, Joy goes flat. Not every farmhouse, however, has a supply of wine corks or stoppers. However, every farmer is a conocedor at using what’s on hand, and one … Continue reading

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