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Moving the Rabbit Barn

Blog: The Rabbit Barn   -   Friday August 30, 2013   -   By Crystal

The Rabbit Barn has started the move to a new chicken house!  I started a year ago in a chicken house and it proved to be so much better for the rabbits.  During that terrible heatwave last year, I was losing rabbits by the hour, even with ice...

Eating Locally 'In Season' In Michigan Year Round,...

Blog: The Old Winery Farmers Market   -   Wednesday October 03, 2012   -   By Jean

Eating Locally 'In Season' In Michigan Year Round,  Some Meat Recipes for a change~ Rabbit In Sour Cream and Chicken Tangine  Eating locally is a way of life.. . a mind set... a position in...

Eating Locally 'In Season' In Michigan Year Round,...

Blog: The Old Winery Farmers Market   -   Tuesday September 04, 2012   -   By Jean

Eating locally is a way of life.. . a mind set... a position in the community... a thought process... You either believe it is better for you and your family or you don't.  For Localvors and Foodies...  you get it......

Rabbit Fryers For Sale

Blog: Borrowed Thyme Farm   -   Saturday July 14, 2012   -   By Michael & Denise

Our farm has rabbit fryers available for pick up. $6 per pound. Please call Denise at 609-758-0564.


Welcome to Spring!!!!

Blog: L'Ecuyer Gardens   -   Thursday March 22, 2012   -   By Twilya

Spring is here and we welcome it with early tomatoes ready for your garden.   The weather has been so pleasant this year why not put a few early plants out for an extra jump start.   Spring is here and we welcome it with early tomatoes ready for...

heritage breed rabbit fryers for sale

Blog: Borrowed Thyme Farm   -   Sunday November 20, 2011   -   By Michael & Denise

We are taking orders for rabbit fryers from our American and Silver Fox rabbit herds. Please call for availibilty.

Rabbit and Chicken Manure

Blog: Borrowed Thyme Farm   -   Sunday November 20, 2011   -   By Michael & Denise

We have 50 pound bags of rabbit or chicken manure available for sale. The rabbit manure is mixed with hay/straw, the chicken manure is mixed with pine shavings. Each bag is $5.

DEFINiTELY NOT Watermelon Jelly Beans!

Blog: Dark Water Ranch   -   Monday March 21, 2011   -   By shepherd

DEFINITELY NOT Watermelon Jelly Beans. There is a commercial out for a new Easter Movie, it features a little rabbit that poops out candy jelly beans. A lady eats one and says ohh watermelon. I have to disagree. When you prefer to grow organic like we do,...

Angora Rabbit Contest Giveaway - Millennial Way Fa...

Blog: Millennial Way Farm   -   Monday February 21, 2011   -   By millennialway

Check out the following link for the contest giveaway "Why I Want A German Angora" ! We look forward to hearing from you!

It is Cold Out There!

Blog: Dark Water Ranch   -   Tuesday January 11, 2011   -   By shepherd

The weather is reminding us that it is January here on the ranch, my least favorite month of the year. Highs are in the 20's lows 11, needless to say the water is frozen and my hands, face and ears get cold fast. It is days like this I remind myself as I do...

Break's Over!

Blog: Homestead Pantry   -   Friday December 10, 2010   -   By Homestead Artisa

I'm glad to be back here.  It's been awhile since I posted due to having been in the 'loving arms' of the medical community for a couple of months.  After many rounds of tests and doctor's visits...big insurance dollars, (did I need to...

New Breeding Rabbit Stock Arrives!

Blog: Soper Family Farm   -   Thursday November 04, 2010   -   By Angela

Today was an exciting day on the farm! We traveled to a farm near Vandalia and were lucky enough to buy all of their breeding stock! We brought home a New Zealand White doe, two Californian bucks, and two does that are a cross between the NZW and one of the CA...

Busy as Bees

Blog: Homestead Pantry   -   Sunday October 03, 2010   -   By Homestead Artisa

What a week!  We have been picking green beans, then hauling and pushing green beans at area markets.  It's about the end of it all now, until they dry and then we will see about shelled beans!    We have started a remodel of a rabbitry,...


Blog: S&B Farms   -   Saturday February 20, 2010   -   By Ellyn

Beautiful grass fed beef available now, by the half or quarter, $5/pound.  Cut and wrap done by Ibleto Meats in Santa Rosa.  Fabulous taste - absolutely no growth hormones or antibiotics, raised on a clean IPM pasture with no sprays or chemicals.


Farm stories

Blog: Riverbottom Orchard and Vineyard   -   Sunday January 24, 2010   -   By Dianne

Well this afternoon I assembled some tools and things to protect trees from rabbits put it on my sled and set off into the orchard.  Found that most of my trees had minor damage.  However, there was rabbit poop around the trees so those that where...


Blog: So Succulent Gardens   -   Tuesday June 02, 2009   -   By Blossomfarm

This is a recipe from Colorado State Extension Office. The commercial brand of Deer Repellant is quite expensive, I thought you may benefit from this tried and true recipe.   It is quite weather resistant and needs to be sprayed again in 30 to 60...

Adding YouTube Video's

Blog: Oldhaus Fibers   -   Monday June 01, 2009   -   By Joel & Kathi

I've just built a YouTube account... Iowaangora...   Let's see if I can get pictures posted... let me know if you do see them!    JLH

LH store site up soon I hope

Blog: Oldhaus Fibers   -   Saturday March 28, 2009   -   By Joel & Kathi

Hi,   We just got our 1st entries posted on our LH store this week.  We're still waiting for "approval" ... hope that isn't a long process???   We've started to plan for our spring breeding, watch our calendar for due dates,...

Home grown meats

Blog: Simpson's Back Yard Farm   -   Sunday November 23, 2008   -   By Brian

Rabbit and corn bread dressing: Boil three eggs dice one onion bake two pans regular corn bread, let cool. Cut rabbit into serving sizes bake at 350 for 30 mins. (older rabbit needs 45 mins.) Take out drain and save juice, set rabbit...


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