I spent Saturday at Falster Farms in Winnsboro, Texas learning how to make hard cheese. Nancy Falster taught the class and she and her husband, Karl, own and operate Falster Farms- a sustainable family farm growing food that is "fit to eat." These are great people who are passionate about living in such a way… Continue reading Making Hard Cheese- A Great Class
A rare Barred Holland chick. Wow, what a day yesterday was! Spring may be springing a little early this year, as we have babies coming and going. This is the part of farming that everyone enjoys, there is just nothing cuter than baby animals. Thursday began with a call before dark from the post office… Continue reading Babies, Babies, Babies!
One of the best things about having a farm and all the animals that go along with it, is getting to share them with my nieces. Katie & Rylie are frequent guests and are always so excited to tag along with their cousins to do morning chores. Usually, Rylie goes with Sierra and Katie goes… Continue reading Got Milk?