Winter on the Farm

This is our second winter here in the Kawarthas now; we are more prepared than the last one and despite the cold, I’m enjoying it more. The chickens are all tucked in their insulated cackellac. Warming up nicely during the bright days. No eggs for some time now but I’m hoping they will start laying … More Winter on the Farm

A new beginning…

Well friends, the time has come, we are nearing the end of Featherstone in Lowville and beginning a new chapter in Omemee.  Say what!?! Omemee is an indigenous name for pigeon, our new farm is near the pigeon river and apparently the fishing is fantastic.  We have begun the process to move farm, family and … More A new beginning…

The Big News

As many of you know, we are tenants here on our farm and the farm has been sold. We have loved growing our family and business here with you all in North Burlington over the last 6 years.  Now, the time for change has come, we are required to move on from our farm here … More The Big News

April Rains

Good morning friends.     It is a cold and rainy morning here on the farm. So cold in fact, my young birds are not going outside for the day, they’re going to stay in the house where it’s a little cosier and a little warmer. But the quail and the chickens are both doing well.  … More April Rains

Long time….

hello again. It’s been a while. I always seem to stop posting when we get really busy in the early summer and am able to start up again late winter.  So here I am.  As you may or may not know, we just returned from a lovely family vacation in the Yucatan peninsula and Chiapas, … More Long time….