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
- Spammers-1, Me-0 May 18, 2013It seems that I'm getting a lot of spam here at the blog lately. In an effort to cut down on it, I've added the dreadful word verification form to the commenting process. I don't like it. But I also don't like spam. If things lighten up (spam-wise), I'll try taking it off for a while. In the meantime, please accept my apology for the […]
- An Update on the Sheep May 14, 2013The sheep are happily out on pasture now--this is the first pasture we put them on. It was slightly overgrazed late last year, and is not lush like it should be. They spent a couple of days there, closer to the house, where we could easily watch them. This is only a small group of the sheep--we have around 100 ewes and their lambs. They tend to spread out wh […]
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