Month: June 2020

International Mud Day!

Happy International Mud Day, everyone!   Around the farm, mud is an important part of life. Besides being a great place to roll (if you’re a horse) or a terrific spot to find worms (if you’re a chicken), mud is also a mighty fine addition to the life of us humans! I am a particular Read More »

Make Friends with a Tree

In many of our lessons around the farm, we encourage our visitors to see the rocks, trees and animals around us as sentient beings, deserving of our love and attention. Though this comes naturally with dogs and horses, some among us have a harder time empathizing with ‘inanimate’ parts of the farm – like the Read More »

More Distance Learning Videos!

As schools continue to be closed for the time being, we are making every effort to still engage our Head Start friends in life on the farm. They may not be able to come visit in person, so instead, we are having virtual visits together through our farm videos! We try to hit on different Read More »

Hay Isn’t Just for Horses!

This week, the farm got a delivery of hay, straight from the hay fields! Our neighbors on the mountain, the Willards, took their hay wagons direct to our farm to restock our hay stalls. Of course, our horses watch this process with stomachs growling in anticipation, but hay isn’t just for horses! Our goats, cows Read More »