Hatching goslings from three breeding pairs, we are happy to offer Cotton Patch goslings this spring! This threatened breed is a smaller goose, with colors between males and females discernable at hatching as well as fully grown. They have excellent forage ability, are great parents and are a great addition to any farm. We areContinue reading “Cotton Patch Geese”
**SOLD, Pending Pick Up** Planning on goats for 2023? Let us know NOW and we will add you to our waiting list. Our March-born kids are weaned and running around the pastures. Bucklings went to market and as 50% Savanna, the lads all graded as #1’s. The girls are ready to go. All can beContinue reading “2022 50% Savanna Doelings”
Our eldest cow (who is turning 18) had her wee bull calf this morning. He will be sold either as a steer or intact bull. If you want a bull, speak up fast!
2022 will be our last year of calving with our Irish Dexters. It has been a wonderful sixteen years. Our bull will soon be headed to a new farm and our geriatric girls will “retire” after weaning these last calves. Calves will be posted after they are born, which can begin after Mother’s Day. LetContinue reading “Moooooving On”
Did you know that SteelMeadow’s podcast, Blind Hog and Acorn, is already into the third season? What started out as a solo podcast by Mary Jane, aka The Acorn, quickly morphed into a weekly rehashing of farm chores with Glenn, the Blind Hog. Join the two farmers weekly as they retell what went wrong andContinue reading “Third Season?!”
These lemony muffins certainly hit the spot!
Seven weeks of collecting sap from black walnut trees in the yard has netted us over 2 gallons of finished syrup. Dark, delicious and with such depth of flavor! The sap run is slowing, what sap collected is getting a little cloudy, and the trees are popping their buds. Time to stop! If you haveContinue reading “Sugaring Season is Over”
The first wave of kids have been born from our registered fullblood Savanna buck “Goat Man Special” and our registered dairy girls. 6 doelings and 4 bucklings. They will be weaned in April/May.
Thinking about buying livestock but also wondering if you have everything all set? Don’t be like others and bring home livestock before you are ready! Recently updated the Livestock Buyer’s Questionnaire, you can check it out on our Farm Practices page: Read Page It is our hope that the questions in the form will helpContinue reading “Livestock Buyer’s Questionnaire”