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Frenemies are described as those whom one is friendly with, despite a fundamental dislike or rivalry. Sometimes in life, we all must associate with others we normally wouldn’t choose to. Whether it’s simply being in the same space at the same time, or you require something from one another, we all learn to deal with […]Read more »
My grandmother, born in October 1928, grew up on her grandparent’s farm in Craigsville, West Virginia. Her childhood began alongside The Great Depression. As one of the middle children, she had many responsibilities around the farm. Some of her earliest memories are of the animals on the farm, especially the chickens. My grandmother has loved […]Read more »
The deviled egg, a holiday staple for my family. I typically prepare both the Classic and Sweet Classic recipes. The perfect hard-boiled eggs start with the perfect eggs. Try for eggs that have been in the fridge for a week or so, if they are farm fresh. If you’re using store-bought eggs rather than farm […]Read more »
We have all heard how amazing the incredible edible egg is for us to eat, but what about for external uses? There are so many great all-natural beauty products available on the market today. Many of them come with a hefty price tag to boot. What if I told you, stop buying them? It’s not […]Read more »
Thinking about raising Cornish Cross chickens this spring? Make sure to do a ton of research, as it’s not the same as raising layers. Meat breeds require different housing, nutritional, and exercise requirements. With the right research and preparation, the experience can go off without a hitch. We have gone about raising the Cornish breed […]Read more »
I count on my chickens in so many ways: eggs, bug control, food, and companionship, to name a few. Just recently they took on the role of janitorial staff as well. For me, each day begins the same, heading to the barn for morning chores. Grain is given to the goats and cows; water cleaned […]Read more »