Category Archives: EVERY DAY FARM LIFE

~Busy Life on the Farm~

I just realized that the last time I posted here was on March 1!  Talk about time flying by so quickly.  We’ve been busy keeping the farm going.  The sheep were sheared by Clayton in March.  There were 75 in all.   Then … Continue reading

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~Certified Organic~

  I can’t take any credit for the paper work, time and effort that it has taken to get this certification completed.  I’m so proud of our girls,  for their patience and persistence.  We proudly display on Fred’s old Ford … Continue reading

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~Two Became One~

It’s been a while since I’ve posted on here.  So much has been happening and life somehow passes by so fast.  We now have a beautiful daughter, Angelica.  Her family put on a wonderful wedding which will go down in … Continue reading

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~ New Smoke House ~ Upcoming Barn Dance~

Once again, Fred turned a junk item into a very good smoke house.  We have it fired up for the first time today and are about to shut her down.  A good eight hours of heat is all it takes.  … Continue reading

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~Wedding Pork~

The weather took a turn for the worst.  Perfect weather to butcher the hogs for the upcoming wedding.  It is so cold that we had to start the wood stove inside of the house.   The hogs will be cut and frozen … Continue reading

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~Good Friday Tradition~

No matter what the weather is like, we always plant at least some potatoes on Good Friday. It was very cold, damp and bitter out side, with a wind that could freeze salt water. Fred, my farmer, loving husband of … Continue reading

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~Sheep Shearing On The Callens Farm~

The sheep have been sheared by Clayton again this year.  Silvana  filmed a video of him shearing so check it out below.  Not sure how anyone can  bend over and work so hard.  He sheared 62 ewes and 2 bucks.  … Continue reading

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