To kick off the growing season, we are hosting a unique charity drive. For $5, you get your choice of a bare root tree. For every tree sold, we will donate $1 to a local charity. This is a great way to give back to Mother Nature and local families in need.
I'm excited to see all our lovely farm patrons stop by over the next few days to pick up their Thanksgiving turkeys. It's a blast to catch up and see how everyone is doing and hear what everyone has in store for the upcoming holidays.
I've talked before about bacon and other processed meat containing nitrates and nitrites. My family has always played it safe and limited the amount of processed meat we consume. By were our fears about the nitrate contant of food unfounded?
Our oldest daughter, Charlotte, was sitting on the porch getting ready to go for a walk when she started screaming at the top of her lungs. We had no idea what had happened, but instantly went into consolation and investigation mode. What was causing her to freak out?
When it rains, it pours! Ok, that may have been a bad statement to use in Oregon in the summer... what I mean is that today was a very busy day on the farm. This morning we woke up to a new litter of pigs and a clutch of hatching duck eggs.
It's been a little while since I've posted an update on Sally the Duck. And there's a good reason why I haven't. Sally has been going through a metamorphosis of sorts. Almost immediately after we introduced Sally to her new duck friends, she started to prefer being ar...