Holiday Pies from the Farm Kitchen

“ The smells of sweetness and spices, butter, fruit and nuts baked into desserts can wing me in seconds back to my childhood and tables set for holiday dinners.”c e hollis Pecan and pumpkin for Thanksgiving Day. Pecans from our orchard make for plenty of holiday goodies, candies, cakes and pies. I love pecans. They... Continue Reading →

Farm Kittens and Cats

“The trouble with a kitten is that, eventually he becomes a cat!”Ogden Nash Ah yes, that is an old line, I know, but who can resist a kitten? They are adorable, tumbling and playing, snarling with mini-fierceness, pouncing on anything that moves. I have never met a soul who didn't love kittens. I suppose I... Continue Reading →

Calving Season on the Farm

“To live on a farm is to know renewal, restoration, new life, new beginnings.” It is calving season on the farm and now we check our cows several times a day to see who is close. We watch for signs of milk coming in. A full bag and a mama cow who keeps to herself... Continue Reading →

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