As it is such a fascinating topic, I plan to throw artichoke updates up here for your viewing pleasure periodically throughout the season. If you have a general curiosity on the topic please see my previously posted overview: Indiana Artichokes. … Continue reading
Every year, we get asked many questions about how we can produce yummy artichokes in Indiana – the answer is – Carefully and with patience! 🙂 First, a word about the nature of artichokes. They are in the thistle family … Continue reading
I love different times of year on the farm for different reasons. While winter is my least favorite season – there are a few things about it I enjoy… One is garden planning for the next year! I love to … Continue reading
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It’s been a little while since our last site update. This is a very busy time of year for us, but we wanted to share a few pictures from our latest project. One of our neighbors planted a small cover … Continue reading
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This morning I finished up my very first batch of Neufchatel cheese, a very soft goat cheese that you can put on bread and crackers like cream cheese.
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We received a nice “surprise” this morning when going out to feed the animals to find that Trixie had given birth overnight. I put “surprise” in quotes because we’ve been expecting her drop for some time now. It was good … Continue reading