899 FM 2307

Riesel, TX 76682

806-702-5116 or 806-543-8629

We had a few beautiful weather days that made me start daydreaming about my spring and summer gardens. Last

summer was so hot and dry that the honeybees really struggled during their summer honey flow.

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How do you teach a kid that mistakes aren’t the end of the world – that they’re even GOOD? Todd and I, both reforming perfectionists, ask ourselves this question daily.

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Over the weekend, we hosted a dynamite group of gardeners on our farm!

The group was participating in a weekend course offered through the Texas Garden Club, an organization that exists to educate their members and the public in five key areas related to gardens - gardening, horticulture, landscape design, floral design, and environmental issues.

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People have asked both Todd and me, “what does your work day consist of??” It’s a fair question…

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A few months ago, we had a predator issue at the farm. Some may have viewed it as a small catastrophe – at least the chickens certainly did.

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The first time I made these, I put a whole drumstick on Paul’s plate…and when I looked back over, he had eaten it down clean to the bone!

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You guys, I have two young kids. The last thing I need in my life is cranky bees.

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Pastured chicken and pastured eggs - With mobile coops and hoop coops, we are on our way to building a better farm

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Before we made the plunge into cattle and chicken farming, we dabbled in backyard chickens. My husband, at the time wearing a suit and tie everyday, longed for a "hands-on" life that gave him a chance to create something other than spreadsheets. And while I had a career that took me out of doors and gave me a chance to feel somewhat wild and free, I just wanted all the pets. Especially those that would provide me with delicious eggs!

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