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Birds of Prey

I really like birds of prey. Time and time again I’ve seriously considered building an aviary and getting into falconry. Then I remember the sense of fierce independence and absolute freedom that I get when I see a hawk soaring across the sky. It seems a little unfair to fetter that by keeping a raptor [...] Read More »

Babies Galore!

I have no kids… but this time of year certainly satisfies my maternal instincts. We’ve had an avalanche of babies and the cuteness factor is off the charts. This is what I found (not unexpected) at 6 AM yesterday morning. The mother is a bit of a mish-mash – Angus & Hereford crossed with a [...] Read More »

Spring Has Sprung

Spring has sprung. Don’t let anyone tell you any differently! Friday afternoon around five, Glenn found two Black Welsh Mountain sheep in the lean-to with a lamb a piece. He moved them into the barn for observation and a little “Mommy-and-Me” time. When I drove in the yard at 6:30, I knew right away we [...] Read More »

A Photo Walk

Glenn took the opportunity to enjoy the nice weather yesterday and spend some time in the woods…. Read More »

CSA Days at the Winter Farmers’ Market

February 11th we are going to be at the Exeter Farmers’ Market for their “CSA Days.” We’ll have a table set up with info on our farm and CSA program and have literature to hand out. A number of other Seacoast farms will be there as well. It’s a great way to evaluate your choices! [...] Read More »

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