We offer fresh produce, jarred apple butter, fresh eggs from "happy chickens", and other delicious foods! We use responsible organic methods to grow our produce!

Enjoying Spring on the farm

Flowers, goats and of course planting and seeing early fruit forming

3 comments to

  • bill pratley

    hey cuz, heard about this thru the grape vine.wow life must be good down on the farm.wheres the rifle range was talking to your brother the other day he told me about the misses opreation how is she doin? miss seeing you around. my son just saw this wants to know if he can come down to work(dont think he knows whats all involvedin farming) save me a couple bales of hay for my archery practice. will keep in touch talk to you soon bill

  • Jean Pratley


    I sure hope you are selling goats milk fudge. Anyone who has ever had smooth good goat’s milk fudge will never put a piece of sugery psudo-fudge in their mouths.

    it would make a good Christmas gift seller, packaged in 1 or 2 pound blocks.
    Ans shipped, if not too much of a problem.

  • Phyllis

    How wonderful to hear from you.
    We are raising goats for meat not milk.
    Our 4 nannies are pregnant and we are hoping for lots of health kids
    the boys will be sold for meat and the girls will be bred when then are about 1 1/2.


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