The Chickens are Coming!
Last Updated: September 1, 2018
It has been a busy week for the farm operation and I haven't been able to plant my butt at the computer much, but there is exciting news.The chickens are coming! Next Tuesday, the 4th of September, will mark the day the first animals will be on the ground at the farm. It still feels surreal. I haven't figured out exactly how I am going to get them here, but come hell or high water, they're going to be here by next Tuesday.This wasn't the way we planned to get this operation off the ground at al
Newbies in Training- Revisit Your Early Posts!
Last Updated: August 22, 2018
The early days of training are a whirlwind at WA. I have only been here since June, and I have loved it!I dove headlong into the training, and couldn't believe how much I learned in my first few weeks at WA. I followed the training, built a website, created content, connected with a lot of like-minded people, and I kept moving forward. My website was indexed and I was excited. A couple of posts were indexed and I was more excited. I was getting the ball rolling...However, as with any sort of tr
Whack Away the Weeds
Last Updated: August 16, 2018
I was doing a little yard maintenance this evening after work. I am taking care of my sisters place while she and her family are on vacation in Europe. Lucky Me! It's actually pretty good, but that's a story for another post.I honestly like doing yard work...most of the time. I did decide to become a farmer after all, so my livelihood is eventually going to depend on how well I can grow grass to feed herbivores.But I wasn't exactly feeling it when I got started. I looked down the fence line and