I feel so blessed to live in an area with all four beautiful seasons! With heavy frost the last two mornings, and snow spitting earlier this week I know that winter is just around the corner. We have accomplished most things we wanted to this fall. There is 1/2 of grass fed Angus beef in the freezer, 26 Freedom Ranger chickens raised mainly on grass, and 3 heritage breed turkeys. Yes, this was the last of the the turkey raising for us. Our dreams of continuing this breed and raising them to sell just didn't work out. So now I have two empty pens in the backyard to make plans for colony raising rabbits outdoors in the fresh air and not in cages. Hubby finished most of the new compost bin last night, I had said this before, but I am amazed at what you can do with a few free pallets and some labor. The apples and pears are off the trees, we had a bumper crop this year and are still trying to get them stored. We made our own apple cider this week, if you have a juicer machin…
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Our farm has the privilege of being involved this year in the Michigan Holiday Fiber Trail. Our farm will be open on December 7, 2013 from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. You can just come to visit and say hi, take a tour of our small farm and pet the angora bunnies, pygora goats, or alpacas. Our home will be open for Christmas shopping, where we will have homemade knitted and crocheted products and fiber products from our very own animals. If you are in the Mid-Michigan area don't miss this fun opportunity to kick off the holiday! If you aren't close to us, there are plenty more farms to visit on that day throughout the state of Michigan. You will be amazed to see what our great state produces and support other small farms like ours!