Tuesday, November 25, 2014

2014 Pictures - Year in Review

With turkey season over, our side of the farming is slowing down a bit now.  We’d like to post a little about the year.  We’ve had a good year full of little surprises, which is quite usual!  Our friends/partners, the Batty's,  do the hands on physical farm work (which they love)(and they are quite busy getting the farm ready for winter now that Turkey season is over) while we do the distributing and the direct work with you (which we love).  It has turned out to be a great partnership.  We are posting some photos of the farm in Vernal from this year.

We will have meat available through the winter.  This includes Beef, Pork, Lamb.  Chicken will be available until it is gone.  We’d like to thank all of you for following our farm, stopping by at the farmer’s market, and supporting local and sustainable farming.  Hopefully you’re finding huge benefits for yourself and family including  the satisfaction of knowing your farmers, knowing how your food is raised, and tasting the difference!  Always feel free to call or email to find out what we have before you stop by.

On another note, we purchased a cookbook by Shannon Hayes which is specifically for grass-fed meat and pastured poultry.  We are learning ways to cook our meat to enhance its natural flavor (and we are learning ways not to cook it).  Please share your feedback with us as we are always open to improving!  Season’s Greetings – and we’re looking forward to a slowed down simple winter season (we’ll see if that actually happens).  

Lilli helping out with the Turkeys.

Dale giving the egg layers some Chicken scratch.

Pastured Pigs!

Grass fed, Grass finished, Pasture raised cows.

Peyton kissing one of the new piglets. 

Peyton & Sasha with a new lamb.  

Neighbor Adam's new foal that is now Kayla's

New weaner pigs!  

 Lilli helping out with the pigs. 

And finally Saffron & Samira with some of the fruits of our garden.  Floriani Red Flint Corn.  

1 comment:

Tiauna Elise Noble said...

As aspiring permaculture farmers, we love seeing what you do! Hope to have our own pastured poultry someday soon!