Upcoming Farm School!

If you’ve made it this far on this blog, you deserve a pat on the back… it took real patience and perseverance to make that happen! The reality is that I don’t blog anymore, I simply don’t have the time to dedicate to it these days. Maybe I will again someday…

But hey, while you’re here I wanted to take the opportunity to personally invite you to consider attending our upcoming Farm School on April 29-30. You are obviously dedicated to sustainable, pasture-based, humane livestock farming… exactly the kind of people we hope to draw to our phenomenal (if I don’t say so myself) event! Click here to be lifted from the world of “what once was” to the the world of “what could be”!

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4 Responses to Upcoming Farm School!

  1. Amber says:

    I know how hard it is to find time to blog! I’ve read your past posts, and I’m dying to know what you ended up deciding on for your chickens. Did you find a dual purpose you liked?

    • Thanks Amber! No we haven’t, but we haven’t given up trying. The last attempt was Barred Rocks, which we really liked as layers but were a disaster for meat birds. The roosters turned nasty early on, making a real struggle to balance getting them to anything resembling processing weights vs. getting them to processing at all! Part of that challenge is because of our decision to make our meat birds an off-shoot of our laying operation, instead of a dedicated broiler operation.

  2. Registration for this year’s Farm School is officially closed!

  3. Amber says:

    We’re giving Red Dorkings a try. The plan is to add some Gauliose into the mix next year and see which bird works best. I’ll let you know how it works out. 🙂

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