This easy recipe is a great way to spend a summer day cooking with your kids. It’s easy, it’s fun, it’s healthy and ….delicious. You will need 1 pint vanilla Greek yogurt. ( we used Cabot 2% milk because it is super creamy) 2 cups frozen strawberries 1/2 cup unsweetened coconut milk A Blender A… Continue reading EASY Homemade Frozen Yogurt
With three cats, two horses, one pup and six chickens, making sure everyone is healthy on the farm is always a concern. Doing regular health checks can help you catch symptoms early and avoid unnecessary illnesses and vet bills. Here are some simple things you can do to keep an eye on your pet’s health… Continue reading Quick and Easy Health Checks for Your Pets
Black-Eyed Susan flowers (Rudbeckia hirta) are a beautiful dark yellow flower with brown cone shaped center. The grow in Eastern and Central Parts of North American. It is a traditional medicinal plant among a many Native American tribes believed to be a remedy for colds, flu, infection , swelling and snake bites. Much like it’s… Continue reading Wild Edible Wednesday: Black-Eyed Susan
Christmas eve night we got a special present. A rescue pony named Fantasia. Fantasia was rescued from the New Holland Auction in Pennsylvania. She was rescued from a kill pen and brought to Connecticut by a local volunteer. Here in Connecticut she was boarded at a small farm, but just couldn’t seem to gain weight.… Continue reading A Happy Ending for One Sad Pony!
Apparently, there is a 1 in a thousand chance of getting a double yolk. I wonder what the chances of your very first fresh egg from the chicken’s being a double is? According to myth, this is either a sign of good luck, marriage, pregnancy or , if your Nordic, it means someone is going… Continue reading Our First Egg: It’s a Double!
Rico… the incredible jumping chicken! What can we say she loves strawberries. Yes, “she” Rico is a hen. Our chickens are named after the penguins of madagascar and the two chicks from Hop!
We moved into my families farm house last summer. We never wanted a pool, but since there was one in the backyard already, we decided we would keep it until it needed repairs and then fill it in to make more room for our gardens and an outdoor kitchen. Well, this year the pipes broke… Continue reading My Disaster in the Backyard