New Starts, New Additions

New Starts, New Additions

Lots of new things happening around the farm these days! We have soaked and planted our seeds indoors. The kids are eagerly awaiting the tiny new shoots! They search the pod pack daily for their appearance. If you look closely, you can see a few 

Grow some stuff!

Grow some stuff!

A new path arrived this afternoon in nondescript yellow envelopes! It has been 6 years since we had a garden. Our last one before we moved to Tennessee, was a 20×20 plot in our suburban backyard. Now we have lots of space to get our 

Rainy day catch up

Rainy day catch up

Rainy, wet days allow a body to catch up on its to-do list. Sent this application in to register our farm name. If it’s available, they will register it and sent us an official certificate. I’ll give you a hint… it’s more than we could 

Meet the Family

Meet the Family

Meet our donkeys! Momo and Julia, Sophia and Vinnie the Red

They’re HERE!!!!!

They’re HERE!!!!!

We brought our chickens home on Friday. Our son, Mason, was a true farmer! He jumped right in and scooped those birds up like he’d been doing it all his life. He was so happy to help put them in the crate. Our younger son, Nathan 

Chickens are coming!

Chickens are coming!

We are blessed to have a partially outfitted chicken house already on our property.  It already has high roosts across two corners. We added nesting boxes we found at a local thrift store. That was the easy part! We just have to install the chicken 

New Beginnings

New Beginnings

The Strickland Family bought a farm, E I E I O And on their farm they have some donkeys, E  I  E  I O Yes, that’s right friends! We have four donkeys! And we are getting some chickens. I think 12. That’s a lot, right?