We are growing and expanding rapidly, please bear with us through our growing pains. As I'm sure many of you noticed our farm name has been changed. As we have grown we find the need for legalizing our business and herd name. We now do so much more on the farm unrelated to chickens, we thought it would be a good idea to take on a well rounded name.
Our new website will be going live next month! If I have set everything up right this site should auto route to the new site automatically. Our email will be changing to a true business email at the same time. All these changes will hopefully go off without a hitch.
New product Line?
Over the summer we will be introducing you to some of the great new products we have in the works. All the products will be produced right here with only ingredients produced or grown right here on our farm. Which means all the products will be 100% CLEAN
In Other News
I accepting a bloggers position with Community Chickens and a contributors/writers position with The New Pioneer. I am so excited to be writing for such amazing publications companies. We have taken on our first affiliate thank you Sloggers.
To all our supporters
I am so excited to share with all of you about some amazing news.
As some of you may have noticed a lot of change is happening over here. Our farm name is getting a long over do update. I have taken a writers position with Ogden Publications. I was also contacted by another publication company about coming on board with them as well. "More details once we iron out contracts"
In farm news:
Ginger is only 6 weeks away from giving birth! We have started raising micro greens and aquaponic lettuce. We purchased some beehives to add to the one we have as soon as spring arrives. Hopefully future bee products will be produced and sold here. We will have some great homemade goat milk products available for sale soon to. In the next few months we will be working on getting an online store up and running for the new products. The orchard and berry patches are waiting to be expanded as soon as winter decides to vacate the area.