Many people ask us how to cook the dry beans that we sell. Here are some of our favorite recipes we've collected over the years.
We sell a variety of different heirloom beans at local markets. Here are a few of the varieties as well as a little information about each type.
We create a variety of products with the wool our sheep grow. Check out our hand-cranked socks, roving, yarn and more. Or head over to our etsy shop for an even bigger selection
Visit our Etsy shop
Shop here for "fresh from the farm" wool yarns and rovings, as well as handmade items from our small farm in West Michigan
- And We Have A Winner! March 7, 2014Last Saturday was our Shearing Day Event. Photos are in process and we should have some posted within the next week or two. Please be patient.One of the things we do almost every year is a prize giveaway. Last year, with 400 attendees, we gave away two prizes. This year, we had about 180 people visit, and very very few of them elected to enter the prize draw […]
- Agricultural Blog Study March 5, 2014Recently I was contacted by a graduate student from Texas Tech University. She asked if I would ask my readers to help her out with a survey. I love surveys! I checked it out and here is a post from her about the survey:Dear participant:We would like to find out more about what factors motivate people to access agricultural blogs. There are no right or wrong […]