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
- Happy Thanksgiving November 27, 2013Despite all the changes and excitement that we've experienced this year, we have a lot to be thankful for: our faith, this country, the ability to farm and make a living from the land.Thank you for following along on this journey. May you have a wonderful Thanksgiving Day.
- Bringing in the Sheep November 25, 2013We never quite know when we'll have to bring the sheep in for the winter. It's different every year. Right now we are having a cold snap that is lasting for several days, with snow on the ground.The animals are equipped for colder days because of their wool or their thick winter hair coats. They know to huddle close and turn their backs to the wind […]