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March 2014 upate

Blog: Duran's Farm Fresh Products   -   Tuesday March 11, 2014   -   By Blaine & Karen

It seems like forever since I've been back here.  Face book really works and keeps me pretty busy with interaction with you all.   This past summer/fall we completed the addition to our store and doubled our size so that we could put in a walk...

2013 Winding Down

Blog: Homestead Pantry   -   Sunday December 29, 2013   -   By Homestead Artisa

As 2013 begins winding down we begin to look back over the past year and re-evaluate our efforts and achievements.  The fact is that time and resources are limited, and we all have to make choices.  Thus decisions must be made as to what we will...

My experience and insights from farming

Blog: Green Acres Farm   -   Thursday October 17, 2013   -   By Mark

I was recently interviewed by a friend that has a blog and is a much better writer then I am.  So I thought I would post a link to her blog here.  I hope this works.   http://silentache.wordpress.com/2013/09/27/an-interview-on-permaculture-...

Hello again,...

Blog: Homestead Pantry   -   Saturday August 03, 2013   -   By Homestead Artisa

Hello again, it's been a long while.  I notice that I neglected to save and publish my last entry before the Big Backache.  <sigh>  Well, spring was very late this year, having two days back to back in two weeks back to back of freezing...

Stork Dropped Some Kunekune PIglets!

Blog: Lonesome Star Farm   -   Tuesday July 30, 2013   -   By Craig

1 farrowed sow down... 3 more to go, whew!  Therefore, I'll have some inventory to work with to help you achieve your homestead's goals for the kunekune pasture to pork pure bred swine.  Full Announcement: Piglets introduced themselves to the world...

Marjoram, the unappreciated herb! Plus 2 new rec...

Blog: Home Farm Herbery   -   Wednesday July 10, 2013   -   By Arlene

Marjoram , the unappreciated herb!   Originating in the hot climates of North Africa, Turkey and southwest Asia, sweet marjoram is now also cultivated in the Mediterranean, Central and Eastern Europe. It belongs to the mint...

2013 Pork Ready for Processing

Blog: Anonymous Farm   -   Tuesday July 09, 2013   -   By Risha

  Ready to take the piggies to the butcher. Keeping a few sows, the boar and the piglets... but there are plenty ready to go. We are using the IOWA processor we used last year, Mattiesens. We were very pleased with both their quality and their cost. We...

Kunekune Piglets are About to Hit Dirt!

Blog: Lonesome Star Farm   -   Thursday July 04, 2013   -   By Craig

Kunekune Primer Itemized list of kunekune pig's uniqueness, sustainability, and multi-purpose uses.  Craig, Lonesome Star Farm These categories below only serve to help readability since  all kunekune pigs will cross over into...

New happenings

Blog: Twin Creeks Farms- Wesley Stephens and Bethany Stephens   -   Saturday February 23, 2013   -   By Wesley and Bethany

It has been much too long since we posted anything on the blog, and things have steadily progressed here. We have been working to expand our beef and pork production, and have been selling products on an online local farmers market called Down East Connect for...

How to Keep You Local Farmers Market Alive©

Blog: Home Farm Herbery   -   Thursday January 24, 2013   -   By Arlene

Every minute of every part of the day we are awake we have choices to be made and most of us do not recognize them, want to recognize them or when we do recognize them even consider doing anything about them.   Life is hard...

Winter is finally here!

Blog: Bindel Farms   -   Friday December 21, 2012   -   By Jason

Today is the Winter Solstice, the official start of winter and if you live in northeast Ohio it also mean dealing with cold weather and snow.   I have to admit that we have been pretty fortunate around here this year as it just started snowing today. I...

Mitten of Pork Recipe

Blog: Hillbilly Farms   -   Saturday December 15, 2012   -   By Jim & Donna

Adapted from the television show Two Fat Ladies. Mitten of Pork. Make about 6 ounces of Sage Onion Dressing for later use. 8 ounces thick sliced bacon 1 1/2 pounds pork fillet sliced about 1/8 inch thick salt and freshly ground black pepper 1/2...

Is a pork shortage inevitable?

Blog: At Home in Nature   -   Monday December 10, 2012   -   By Mary

A pork and bacon shortage is “inevitable,” according to the National Pig Association. As reported by the Los Angeles Times, the National Pig Association in Britain recently released information in a press release about declining pig herds across the...

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Berkshire Pork

Blog: Moonstruck Farms   -   Sunday November 25, 2012   -   By Rowena

Thanks to Dirt Creek starting up their breeding program again of Berkshire pork we are proud to announce that we will be able to offer this chef sought after pork here at Moonstruck Farms.  I love any farm fresh pork, but I must admit I can see what the...

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The Real Cost of Pork!

Blog: Serenity Farm   -   Thursday November 08, 2012   -   By Shawn

Why do I have a picture of eggs in an article about Pork? It is very simple. They are closely inter related. The egg on the left is an egg from a grocery store. The egg on the right is an egg laid by a chicken farm raised and free ranged. Pork is very...

All Natural Bacon and Ham are back!

Blog: Hood's Heritage Hogs   -   Tuesday November 06, 2012   -   By Dot

Classic and Austalian bacon & Ham are our most popular cuts. They won't last long! So give Travis a call to reserve yours and to arrange pick up or delivery. Travis 812-344-9105 Why is our ham & bacon different? It starts...

The Beauty of Fall

Blog: Windswept Farms of Kentucky   -   Thursday October 11, 2012   -   By Joseph & Gwen

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Of pigs and piglets

Blog: Hood's Heritage Hogs   -   Thursday September 27, 2012   -   By Dot

Sometimes your timing is just a little off. One of our Red Wattle sows, Janis Joplin, decided to go early and had her pigs out in the field, not in the carefully prepared cozy stall in the barn with all of the nice clean straw. On Monday, she...

Hog Farmers and Pork Lovers - Hang On!

Blog: Spring Hill Farms   -   Thursday September 27, 2012   -   By David

The writing is on the wall. Meat prices in general will be trending up with pork and chicken leading the way. The drought across the corn belt has raised grain prices to the point many farmers are unable to stay in business. I recently saw an article on...

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