Just wanted to add a quick update as our delivery times get closer for kidding with the goats. We have had many people want to know when we will have goats available to purchase. Last year we decided to keep all of our 6 girls and 1 boy. We sold 3 bucks. This year we will have goats for sale because I cannot keep them all! :) We do have a wait list already forming for those that are interested and will contact people in that order to offer what becomes available. Please contact me if you would like to get on the list or want to know what breeds we currently have and what will be coming up, of course we won't know the sexes until birth but we will know the cross breeds in each. Our buck is Boer/Kiko and our does are pure but we have different kinds, Kiko, Saanen, Nubian, Alpine as our breeder does. Thank you and keep on the look out for some really adorable kids coming soon!
I have been so blessed to meet so many wonderful people over this past year here at the farm who have come from all over to purchase our animals, eggs, milk and so on. Thank you all so much for your business that helps keeps our small family farm going. We will be adding some new products soon after the beginning of the year. I have had so many people love our goats here at the farm. We raise for both dairy and meat and have full size goats here. This past year we were able to increase our herd by many kids born on the property and it was so amazing. We are in the breeding process again this year and yes, we will be able to offer goats for sale next year! We are starting a waiting list for those interested and we will be having two different kidding dates here on the farm if all goes well. Our main adult herd started breeding in October so, first kidding should start in March-April of next year and then again with our new little does in July-August, fingers crossed but we will keep you all updated. Thank you again and wonderful and happy holidays to you all! Jenifer and Dan
Here is a preview of the up and coming shirt that was designed and created by us with the use of one of our beloved chickens! As soon as the store is up and running I will post a link and you can start shopping for gifts and personal items for you and your family. Each purchase helps to support our family farm and we thank all of our happy customers who enjoy our products and support our farm! Thank you so much! :)
Well....... I was being a little lazy on this dinner and didn't want to fuss and do a lot. I had thawed some hamburger meat but that's about it. I found this double cheeseburger macaroni Hamburger Helper and thought, why not. However, I didn't have exactly a pound of meat, it was shy by about 1/4 pound and I wasn't sure if this would be enough dinner for the two of us. So, I decided to try out some of the amazing freeze dried veggies I've been making and see how they work. It was awesome! I sprinkled some freeze dried chopped sweet onion in with the meat as I cooked it. Then drained off my grease. Added the rest of the ingredients per the box and added in a large handful of both freeze dried chopped tomatoes and corn. Dinner came out great and the taste was as if they were out of the pantry and fresh. I'm really amazed at how easy it was to use them in a recipe. I will keep jars close for cooking now and add in whenever I feel a recipe could use a boost!! :)
We made rabbit for dinner and once it was plated......I realized that I had roasted carrots (rabbits favorite food) right beside it. I had a good little chuckle over this one and it was completely unintentional! The rabbit was seasoned with sea salt, black pepper, seasoned salt and garlic power and brushed with a marinade of olive oil and Worcestershire. I cooked the rabbit in my Emeril Power AirFryer 360 on bake at 380 degrees for 25 minutes and it was perfect. If you are not sure about the taste.....it honestly tastes just like chicken! I forgot to mention that the rabbit we used the other night had been in the freezer in a ziplock bag since the end of May when my daughter, Amy, had come out and helped with the processing of sending several of our rabbits to table and freezer camp! That's two months in the freezer and still tastes like fresh. I will attempt to freeze dry some cooked in the future and report on that too. Stay tuned and check back often. Make it a great day! :)
These are the best ever little scissors!! So easy to use and no shell in the egg. It cuts it so clean and they were such a bargain from Amazon. I'll put a link to them in this post for you if you would like to get them. https://amzn.to/3QZotUK
We are so excited to finally have a place to send our visitors to keep everyone informed of what's going on around here and what we have to offer currently! Please make sure to check back frequently to see what's available in our store as I will be adding items as they become available. All items, animal purchases and such will be for pick up only here at the farm. In the future we may try shipping out products but not the animals. Thank you so much for your support!!