Holiday Potpourri – Zero Calories!

Holiday Potpourri – Zero Calories!

A tradition that started after we moved to Corbett Oregon and after buying our first home. A wonderful neighbor and now family friend for over 20 years, Mary Bryson first gifted us this wonderful recipe for our stovetop. Every year thereafter I have gifted these bags to neighbors/friends who enjoy filling their homes with something…

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Annual Chicken Adventure

Annual Chicken Adventure

A year’s worth of chicken for the freezer! We raise enough for ourselves (our family) and a few gifts of really amazing chicken to friends/family throughout the year. The time investment is significant (though over the years Bruce has perfected the system for housing etc). We, therefore, likely won’t look at ever selling chicken to…

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The Turkey House Can Fly!

The Turkey House Can Fly!

We knew the Heritage turkeys could definitely fly – but we didn’t know their house could. We underestimated the winds (overestimated the weight of our turkey house) and it flew away and was destroyed yesterday. Luckily the Turkeys were not in it at the time and were safe. However, they were in the middle of…

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Heritage Turkeys 2018

Heritage Turkeys 2018

Naragansett and Red Bourbon Heritage Flock Our heritage turkeys are free-range, loved on daily and humanely raised on our small hobby farm in Corbett Oregon. These beautiful babies eat a wholesome diet of field grass, non-GMO food that is free from antibiotics, growth hormones or animal by-products. They are only locked up at night to…

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You Turkey!

You Turkey!

We have Heritage Turkeys ‘in da house’. Well, they are in their new house (which is our old greenhouse). They stink too much to be in our house. This is step one after the brooder. Next step (this weekend) will be moving this contraption into the field and using some of our electric netting/fencing around…

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Spring 2018

Spring 2018

The sheep have been sheared. Kids are born (next door at the Morris Goat Plaza) and introducing “Sweet Pea”! We brought home a York/Hampshire cross gilt this weekend and she is (by far) the nicest and sweetest little pig we have purchased. She is enjoying the green grass and we will introduce her to the…

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