Spring has definitely sprung over at Bugtussle Farm – 100+ lambs and one new, very sweet calf. We are lucky to be able to walk a few minutes up the road to soak up this cuteness.
Writers often search and struggle for many years to find a voice. This can be an elusive and discouraging process. But I think what gets overlooked in pursuit of “a voice” is what a voice is actually made of. A voice isn’t just you in text form. A voice is a combination of experience and […]
We have been slow to post on our blog lately because – I’m sure you can guess what I’ll say next – we’ve been busy! But truly, we have! January and February were so mild and warm, we were able to get almost one third of the garden planted. And then, we spent most of […]
We have not only owned three different broadforks over the years, but we have also owned three different types of broadfork. It is for that reason, and through our experiences with them, that I wanted to do a little round-up for those who may be in the market for a new broadfork and may need […]
This week we drove to the post office and sent away a hefty application with a $250 check to Frankfort, KY, so we may finally call ourselves organic. And it feels….GREAT. We have been farming without chemicals, well, always. We have never––save for endorphins, beer, and adrenaline––applied chemicals to our farm. So after […]