Chub and Dozer

Chub and Dozer

We are currently raising two black heritage pigs. Large Black Hogs, a heritage breed of pigs, are considered an extremely endangered species in North America. Our two pigs (Chub and Dozer) arrived here on the 15th of April 2015 from a local Corbett Oregon farm. They have grown quickly and are very friendly and docile. We have provided…

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Happy Chickens and Yummy Eggs

Happy Chickens and Yummy Eggs

Birds on pasture with access to fresh air, pure water, sunlight, and plenty of bugs live a healthier life. “More chlorophyll from the grasses translates into leaner meat eggs with less cholesterol and higher Omega-3 Fatty Acids. While free range is defined as “access to outdoors;” pastured is defined as a “sustainable agriculture technique that…

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Buzzzz said the bee

Buzzzz said the bee

Did you know…. There are three types of bees in the hive:  the queen, workers, and drones The Queen: * Will live normally between 1 and 4 years. * Consumes royal jelly provided by the workers * Has a non-barbed stinger * Without a queen, the colony will eventually die * Develops in 16 days, from egg…

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Breakfast for Chub and Dozer

Breakfast for Chub and Dozer

The piggies, after arriving on April 15, would absolutely burrow themselves down into the hay and you couldn’t even see them at first when you would go see them in the morning. This was one morning where we took some left over cereal for them. The weaners having breakfast

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Kohlrabi

Kohlrabi

KOHL – RA – BEE Kohlrabi (German turnip or turnip cabbage) (Brassica oleracea Gongylodes Group) is an annual vegetable, and is a low, stout cultivarof cabbage. Kohlrabi can be eaten raw as well as cooked. The Kohlrabi root is frequently used raw in salad or slaws. It has a texture similar to that of a…

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