Journal

Last weekend Kyle and I had the opportunity to travel with two fellow farmer friends all the way to Kentucky to attend the 2016 southern SAWG (sustainable agriculture working group) conference. What a gift! Kyle previously attended this conference in 2013 in Arkansas, however this was my first time in...

June So Soon written by Katelyn Stenersen Heat setting in, Honey bees busy, The piglets can barely be called that name, Yet they continue to entertain. The bull calf awaiting his castration without knowing, The fully aware farmer watching the date draw nearer, June. Eleven kittens roaming the barn, One has found a home, Leaving at least seven more...

Hello all! This year we will be writing a monthly newsletter to update our community on what we have been up to and to share any important information for the month to come. Take Note: -Our Farm Stand is closed for the remainder of the winter and will reopen again in April -We...

Our daughter, Adah, is three years old and her dearest friend on the farm is one of our barn cats, Myra. This is puzzling to Kyle and I because we both come from a long line of cat haters. Kyle is allergic and I just tell people I am. The...

When Kyle and I first talked about growing pasture-raised chicken I assumed we would be taking them to a processor to be butchered and packaged for us to sell. Kyle had other thoughts. With caution he shared with me his vision for us to harvest them ourselves. Deep breath....

I never thought I would feel such disdain for a bird. I've known hawks were a threat to our chickens for quite some time, however I had a warm, circle-of-life feeling about the whole situation until recently. One morning last week while I was cleaning up from breakfast I...

Hi! I'm Katelyn. I am wife to the head farmer in these parts and I am the mama of two crazy, sweet babes. I get to wear my farmer hat from time to time and enjoy working alongside my husband as much as possible. As first generation farmers and new...