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Duckling Update

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October 28, 2014
Duckling Update

I am sad to report that we lost one of the dar­ling lit­tle duck­lings within 48 hours of them hatch­ing. The tem­per­a­ture dropped harshly that night, and appar­ently Peep the mama duck had tired of sit­ting on the nest, and we lost one to the cold. It was heart­break­ing find­ing that lit­tle fuzzy baby...
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Fall Ducklings

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October 10, 2014
Fall Ducklings

Well, it’s cer­tainly not the time of year we expect ducks to hatch out eggs, but one of our duck hens has been adamant that she was going to do just that, and she enlisted the aid of another hen who would “babysit” the eggs for her while she took short breaks to go...
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One Hundred Cocks In A Box

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May 9, 2014
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Can you imag­ine this as a Dr. Seuss title? Well, I don’t need to uti­lize my imag­i­na­tion for the lit­eral image, because I had just that right here at the farm on Wednes­day morn­ing! Our first meat birds have arrived. We are try­ing some­thing new this sea­son, and that is a batch of fry­ers, rather than...
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Spring 2014

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May 1, 2014
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Well, it’s been a long, hard win­ter, but hope­fully here on May 1st, we can count on the snow and cold hav­ing departed for a few months. There are many things to do that were sim­ply not pos­si­ble in the bru­tal cold, and we have a lot of catch up! Baby goats have started to...
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Turkey Visit

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March 1, 2014
Turkey Visit

We are endur­ing this win­ter as best as we can, like every­one in Michi­gan. Appar­ently, this is the harsh­est win­ter since that of 1880–81, and we have no trou­ble believ­ing that. I’ve avoided the hos­pi­tal on a cou­ple occa­sions, thank­fully, due to the efforts of one of my doc­tors as well as urgent care...
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