(updated 04/07/19)

                                     –  The Veggie Stand is closed –
No produce or items are available at this time but not to be ignored, the stand, fields, and back yard are being cleaned in preparation for  veggies to come.

Seeds have been planted and growth started in the mudroom’s “nursery.”

Some plants have already been moved to the backyard’s greenhouse and will be placed in the ground once the soil is warmer. —————->

Produce is expected by June.

All the backyard chickens  are enjoying longer daylight and warmer sunshine with trips to the fenced-in pasture for the egg-laying gals and anticipation for supervised trips to the back yard by the smaller bantams.

Presented with 6 beautiful young hens by friend, Howard, last fall, we experience not only an increase in egg-laying from them but a few of the older gals are now more in the mood, too!  Today we collected 10 eggs from Son of Barn hen house.  The average daily collection has been between 4 to 6….and boy, are some of them large!  Our egg sizes range from “pee-wee” sized bantams to off-the chart “extra large.”

If interested in purchasing eggs, contact us and we will be happy to accommodate your request or add you to a waiting list.

.The price remains:
also available in 1/2 doz. cartons for $1.00

A few Luffa sponges are available:
$1.50/ea. for regular size;
“mini” luffas are $ .25/ea.                         

“With Spring comes responsibility for backyard chickens”
(Humor from comic strip, Arlo & Janis)

If you want a smiler viewing chickens swinging on swings, check the videos at www.fowlplayproducts.com.

Bye, for now,
Eydie, Spouse of Farmer Tom