Foust Family Farms -
Monday May 06, 2013 - By Ron
Has it been so long, since my last entry? My, how time flies, when you're working on a farm...or not!
Hmm,...life goes on. what can I mean by that. for all its tranquility, a farm is a site of Life and Death, on a regular basis. Seed is...
Double Check Ranch -
Friday February 22, 2013 - By Sarah
Death is not a topic that many folks enjoy discussing. But living with an abbatoir as an integral part of your life - providing healthy, safe, honest grassfed beef for those who wish to buy it -- you come to think of life and death more than you'd like...
Greenjeans Farm -
Sunday September 25, 2011 - By Jeff & Toni
I woke up this morning and thought about death, and about how inevitable it is. I thought about never laughing with my husband Jeff in the morning or talking to the dogs and cats, having that first cup of coffee, or brushing my teeth or washing my face...
Happy Hills Alpaca Farm -
Monday November 16, 2009 - By wawanuky
My beautiful black smoke Persian cat.
He was one that I had bred, one of the second litter from Muusta.
Rockgate Farm -
Friday November 13, 2009 - By Angela
Tonight, we say goodbye to the Tomato Man.
Larry Donald Moore, 64 years young, departed this world in peace, November 9, 2009. Tonight was his visitation with interment tomorrow. I didn't stay long. Just long enough to pay my...
Puzzle Creek Farm: Putting The Pieces Together -
Sunday May 17, 2009 - By Corbett Family
Our keets were born today...there are
15 of them.
We had them in a box on the bar when
Grafton was holding one, it scared him and he dropped it. It squirmed
a bit and died in my hand. I started crying... totally out of control
Greenjeans Farm -
Sunday April 26, 2009 - By Jeff & Toni
As a farmer, there is nothing I like better than rolling around in the dirt. My knees are always dirty and I am constantly cleaning my nails. I have better things to do than remembering to take my shoes off before I come in the house....
Cowmomma's Cupboard -
Wednesday March 11, 2009 - By Cowmomma
We have been providing hospice pig care to our 15 year-old pot bellied pig Jordan Hamlet for the past year. He seemed to have cancer with spread to his liver and we had constructed a special pen for him in our garage with heat so he could get outside on...