Wendell Berry has the best answer to this question: “Why do farmers farm, given their economic adversities on top of the many frustrations and difficulties normal to farming? And always the answer is: “Love. They must do it for love.” Read More
Earlier this week, I was downtown Columbia at a staff lunch, and while we were waiting to be seated, I turned around and spotted a friend from high school that I hadn’t seen in years. Suzie and I were in Read More
Today was a big day for us: we delivered our first two cows to the processor! By the first of February, we will have our very own grass-fed beef for sale in the farm store in addition to our eggs Read More
I met Tony and Betsey Brown during the Polyface Farms Intensive Discovery Seminar in July of 2016. We stayed in touch after the seminar and continue to share stories and lessons learned about our journey towards sustainable farming. I had Read More
This is a great podcast with my farming mentor Joel Salatin.
Share our vision with one of our “Everyone should farm something” t-shirts. They are green because grass is green. Local folks can pick one up the next time you stop by for eggs or poultry. Otherwise you can buy one Read More
Here is Emma Grace’s (11 years old) latest installment. Watch as she shows you our pastured poultry, grass-fed beef and laying hens. Enjoy!
Saturday was our first poultry processing day at Triple J Farm. I must say, it was amazing. I am so thankful for a family who supports this farming adventure. There is something very special about raising your own broilers and Read More
Sorry for the Yoda-ish title, but my family loves the Star Wars movies, and I believe what the title says. These are oddly enough, exciting times in America. I will start with a reminder: ALL of human history is about Read More
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