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Belle's Babes

Blog: 3 Acre Farm   -   Tuesday April 05, 2011   -   By Janelle

Belle is a ‘Fainting’ or ‘Myotonic’ goat.  She has never ever stiffened up or “fainted” but her kids have done both.  Belle is very tame and will come up to me and rest her head on my leg for me to scratch or pet her.  She just delivered...

Blog: Blue Hill Farms   -   Wednesday March 23, 2011   -   By Kim

New Friend

Blog: Debbie's Garden   -   Sunday February 06, 2011   -   By Chickadee1

Thanks to localharvest I now have a new friend! A lady from Vineyard Farm (Anna) contacted me because she noticed I was close by (about 20 minutes), and wondered about my plants. I in turn wondered about her farm! We got to meet Saturday, which was her...

Goat In The Kitchen Sink

Blog: Dark Water Ranch   -   Saturday February 05, 2011   -   By shepherd

My day got started after breakfast, with a goat in the kitchen sink. We have snow right now, lots and lots of snow. Because we knew the bad weather was coming we made a large kidding area inside the big barn and locked all the girls inside. Smart move because...


Blog: Rainbow Ranch Farms   -   Monday January 24, 2011   -   By Poly

ON RAW MILK : If we, as a collective group, do not stand up for our rights to consume healthy, or even unhealthy foods of our choosing, soon the F.D.A. will tell us what we can eat for breakfast, lunch and dinner (and in between). ...

What a snow season that was

Blog: Goat Milk Bath and Beauty   -   Wednesday January 19, 2011   -   By

I say WAS because we're hoping that the snow is all gone for the season. Those of us who made it through the season are stronger and our hearts are with the goats that didn't make it. Each passing has been logged in our chronicle of lessons learned. I...

Digging out

Blog: MM Livestock Co   -   Sunday January 02, 2011   -   By Megan

Last nite while feeding the horses I buried Betsy! She spun herself 180o and buried her nose in the soft ground under the pine tree, I cussed, pushed, rocked, and begged to no avail! I was stuck! As I sat there in the dark trying to think of who to call for...


Welcome to BSW farm

Blog: BSWFarm   -   Wednesday December 29, 2010   -   By Karen

Welcome: I'm not sure how these blogs work but I am trying anyway. Folks are welcome to visit our place. Just email ahead of time so we can be here. Bring your boots and barn clothes because you will be right in with the gang. 

On-Farm Goat Auction/Sale (many are young does)

Blog: The Mushroom Hut @ Fox Farms   -   Thursday May 27, 2010   -   By Alan and Susan

We will have an on-farm goat auction/sale on May 29th from 8:00-10:00am.  We need to decrease our Nubian/Boer mix herd so we can increase our Saanen herd.  We are an Animal Welfare Approved farm and our goats are on a rotational...

Save a Goat Ride Your Senator (with letters e-mail...

Blog: Westminster Farmers' Market   -   Sunday May 02, 2010   -   By Dean

  The time to support local food against federal government sprawl is now. If we don't take action, they will legislate local food right off your plate.   Please read this excellent blog piece, by Pat Stewart, one of our...

Dottie's kids finally arrived

Blog: Pine Needle Farm   -   Sunday April 11, 2010   -   By Ann

  Well, Dottie's kids finally arrived on Friday the 9th, at 11 am and 11:40 am.  Two huge boys!  Rusty throws some big stout kids!  Mom and kids are doing fine.  Now the boy/girl ratio is skewed towards the boys again.  Out of...

Kids are arriving!

Blog: Pine Needle Farm   -   Sunday April 04, 2010   -   By Ann

Wow, time goes by fast!  It's April already and the kids are popping out left and right.  There are seven so far, five cashmere and two dairy.  They are so cute!!!  It makes me happy watching them bouncing around without a care in the...

Easy Winter...So Far

Blog: Pine Needle Farm   -   Saturday February 20, 2010   -   By Ann

I haven't posted here in a long time!  We are having a pretty easy winter this year.  Not much in the way of snow, only about a foot, if that.  It's been above average temps for quite a while.  I am liking the lack of snow, it makes it much...

Goodbye, Warlord

Blog: Pleasant Valley Farm   -   Friday January 15, 2010   -   By Emily

Wednesday was a very sad day for me, and one that has been on my mind since.  During evening chores, Dan discovered our buck goat, LLP Warlords Dream, (or Buddy) had died unexpectedly.  There was no sign of illness that morning, so it came as a...


Westminster Farmers' Market Report for 11-13-09

Blog: Westminster Farmers' Market   -   Friday November 13, 2009   -   By Dean

Westminster Farmers’ Market Report from Maple Heights Farm Holiday Markets and Beautiful Little Milk Goats…        Well, even though our Farmers’ Market has closed, I have yet to have a Friday off!   ...

November 2009

Blog: Garden of Ethan   -   Monday November 02, 2009   -   By Ethan

I have grossly miscalculated my ability to keep up with processing all the birds I raised this year. Slipping an extra dozen into the incubator, and then another, and later finding a hen sitting on eggs, all seemed rather innocent and inconsequential this...

Goat Milk Olive Oil Soap Made for Baby Soft Skin

Blog: Goat Milk Bath and Beauty   -   Wednesday September 23, 2009   -   By

Nurture products are our most gentle soaps because they contain only one oil: olive. Known for centuries as a healing oil, olive oil is rich with antioxidants and vitamin E. Both are nutritional powerhouses that protect against age-accelerating free...

The Most Generous Fiber Shepherd Ever

Blog: Jacob's Reward Farm   -   Monday September 07, 2009   -   By Cindy

My friend and mentor, Susie Gibbs of the Martha's Vineyard Fiber Farm is doing something extraordinary: She's giving away a beautiful starter herd of mohair goats, to a deserving fiber shepherd or shepherd-wanna-be. They just have to write a compelling...

Spruce Pine, NC Farmers' Market this Wednesday

Blog: The Mushroom Hut @ Fox Farms   -   Monday September 07, 2009   -   By Alan and Susan

Last weeks' market showed a sign of fall.  Root crops such as irish potatoes, sweet potatoes and turnips were at the market.  We had pumpkins...the Sugar Pie pumpkins are in and they make wonderful pies.  The roasted seeds are delicious...

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