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Interview with Farmer Phil

Blog: SavRaw Local Farm Box   -   Thursday September 05, 2013   -   By Kali

A Conversation with Farmer Phil of Sage Mountain Farms written by Misty Spicer  As the new intern working with Savraw, it was exciting to get my first assignment. What was even more thrilling, was that the assignment was to travel to one of our most...

Mountain Pie Suppers, Homemade Napkin Rings, Cute ...

Blog: For Dragonflies And Me   -   Monday July 02, 2012   -   By Neil & Jean

Spring is here and how I just love to be outside~ especially where entertaining is concerned.  Nothing is as enjoyable to me as having my friends over for a lovely evening of food & fellowship... listening to the gobs of children running and playing...

Off to Alpacamania

Blog: Mountain Jewel Farm   -   Thursday October 07, 2010   -   By Sherm and Cindy

It's time for the last show of the year.  We've attended Alpacamania nearly every year for the past 4 years.  This year we are taking 4 yearlings and 1 juvenile.  MJA Cameo, MJA Takara, Outlaw's Gunsmoke, Cedar Springs August and MJA Malabar's...

Off to Alpacamania

Blog: Mountain Jewel Farm   -   Thursday October 07, 2010   -   By Sherm and Cindy

It's time for the last show of the year.  We've attended Alpacamania nearly every year for the past 4 years.  This year we are taking 4 yearlings and 1 juvenile.  MJA Cameo, MJA Takara, Outlaw's Gunsmoke, Cedar Springs August and MJA Malabar's...

Video: How to Make Tea with Loose Herbs!

Blog: Golden Touch Alpaca Farm   -   Wednesday April 01, 2009   -   By Shelley

  I stumbled across this video recently and I think it is wonderful! Over the last years our kids have turned us onto making tea with loose herbs and we will never go back to buying bagged tea again. It is cheaper, better tasting, and there are a ton of...

Altitude Matters to Crops

Blog: Re Rustica   -   Monday March 09, 2009   -   By fullofbeans

Altitude matters to crops in many ways. The higher elevations are cooler and grow several months behind schedule of the valleys: a farm that grows both at several hundred feet elevation and at the more than 3000 feet elevation of Squaw Valley can have winter...

The End of an Era

Blog: Lavender HIll Farm of Niles, MI   -   Monday December 15, 2008   -   By Martha

This past Wednesday marked the end of an era at our farm.  Our Black Welsh Mountain Ram, Rambo died of natural causes.  He is pictured on the first page of our web site at Qtm.net/lavenderhillfarm. We got Rambo and three purebred ewes from Wye...


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