Author Archives: kendra

  • Signs of spring, ewes for sale, and more

    Posted on February 20, 2018 by in Uncategorized

    Signs of spring! Dig down among pasture grasses and you’ll find tiny green shoots poking through the soil!  The honey bees are buzzing around and everyone is eagerly anticipating spring. Bred ewes for sale These ewes are hair sheep– a mix of Dorper, Katahdin and St Croix breeds. They were born and raised on Jako pasture.  […]

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  • Spread a little love, Porter leads the pack, and more

    Posted on February 1, 2018 by in Uncategorized

    Spread a little love with butter buttons Celebrate Valentine’s Day with treats you can smile about!  Butter buttons are power-packed with all the healthy proteins and enzymes of only-grass butter, sweetened with raw honey and available in peppermint, cinnamon, chocolate, and chocolate mint flavors.  These dainty little sweet bites are sure to please this holiday!  Butter […]

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  • Eggs on the rise, pics from the week, and more

    Posted on January 22, 2018 by in Uncategorized

    This week in snapshots From top:  pigs frolicking in the leaves, making whipped body butter, chickens basking in the evening sun, piggy smiles, making butter buttons Eggs are back, and we need cartons! The egg supply is growing!  You can now expect to find eggs when you come to the farm store.  Because of this, […]

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  • Frozen cream whips!, year-end thoughts, and more

    Posted on December 29, 2017 by in Uncategorized

    You CAN whip frozen cream after all… Hands down, THIS was the highlight of our Christmas festivities:  frozen cream whips!  Thanks to some customer friends who introduced us to a whipped cream dispenser (also called an aerator, here’s an example), we put whipped cream on every food item possible this Christmas.  This tool injects air into cream to create […]

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  • Eggs are back, sample soup this weekend, and more

    Posted on December 14, 2017 by in Uncategorized

    Don’t everybody run, but there are eggs again… The new pullet hens have begun laying, so you’ll begin to see eggs return to the farm store!  Both large and small eggs will be available in limited quantities, but they’ll continue to pick up as the days lengthen and the pullets grow up. Sip on soup […]

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  • Healthy holiday snacks, how to use sour dairy, and more

    Posted on December 5, 2017 by in Uncategorized

    Transform your holiday snacking We’ll all indulge in a little extra this holiday season, and it’s a great time to teach your family and friends that snacks can be healthy!  Here are a few of our favorites: Fruit dipped in Jako raw vanilla Greek yogurt Jako raw cheese cubes with soaked/sprouted crackers Jako butter buttons, in peppermint, cinnamon, […]

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  • ‘Tis soup season, order whole lamb, and more

    Posted on November 3, 2017 by in Uncategorized

    What’s available today in the farm store? Click here! Soup as medicine? Soup is comfort food.  But did you also know it has medicinal value?  Soup that is made from good quality bone broth is packed with micro-nutrients to keep your family healthy all winter long.  Whether you prefer to make bone broth yourself or […]

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  • The end of milking, order whole lamb, and more

    Posted on October 25, 2017 by in Uncategorized

    Milking to end this week Every fall, we stop milking the cows and take a break for a few months.  Winter pastures aren’t good enough to produce quality milk; plus these mamas need time to rest before they give birth in the spring.  Fresh milk will soon be gone, but frozen milk will be available all winter long.  Frozen […]

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  • Time to tailgate, signs of winter’s approach, and more

    Posted on October 13, 2017 by in Uncategorized

    What’s available today in the farm store? Click here! Perfect meat for the fire or grill Whether your grill-fest is high class (steaks and pork chops) or family friendly (burgers and brats), we’ve got you covered.  Jako meats are nutrient dense, pastured, ethically raised, and free from all those nasty additives.  Our family loves the pork or beef link […]

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  • Playground gets a new toy, more solar panels are coming, and more

    Posted on October 9, 2017 by in Uncategorized

    What’s available today in the farm store? Click here! Kids:  try our self-propelled merry-go-round! Grandpa Ken rebuilt this antique self-propelled toy and it’s been a big hit with the littles!  Bring a sack lunch on your next trip to the farm and stay a while while the kids play. New:  mango kefir pops If you’ve […]

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