The weather turned cooler here in the Ozarks and then for some reason the Ameraucana hens I had been waiting to lay eggs decided to start laying alot of eggs. I noticed one morning while scrambling about 18 of their beautiful bluish eggs that they all seemed to be fertilized. I had to turn the... Continue Reading →

This time of year is kind of a time of re-evaluation for me. After going through the growing season and seeing what flourished and what was harvested and what I'll never do again, it can either make you want to give up all together or make you try a little harder. I've heard people say... Continue Reading →

Trace your leaves onto felt, cut outHole punch the top of the felt,String hemp or jute rope, andHang on your fireplace mantleThat's it ! Just in time for Thanksgiving!

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