Author Archives: Just another day on the farm

March Pantry Challange 2021

Well, its a week into march and I had hoped to get a few more posts up but as long as I make my weekly overviews on sunday, I will be happy about it. For new readers, March Pantry Challanges … Continue reading

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Ready, Set, Go Plant those Pepper Seeds (zone 5)

This year I am growing West Coast Seeds King of the North Sweet Pepper. 68 days green, 90 days red. Large beautiful fruits that are bell shaped. Great producers in our short growing season. I ordered the seeds in 2020 … Continue reading

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March coming in like a lion

The last day of Feb was mild, so mild that we had our first “misty” fogged in monring on the farm.. it felt like spring and things were melting.. but with over 3 feet as a base plus higher snow … Continue reading

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Raven Picking out wool and dry felting it for travel

What a amazing thing to happen today.. I was in the kitchen and a flash of black caught my eye by the sheep flock out eating hay that I can see from out the living room window.. Sorry for some … Continue reading

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Feb (Baby Greenhouse Update)

The new indoor greenhouse has been preforming its job in a outstanding way, baby salad greens by the tray have been produced. The pea shoot have been lovely as well, cooking up with that lovely green with hits of bitterness … Continue reading

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Freezing Sheep Colostrum

Originally posted on Just another Day on the Farm:
Below is a really great post on Freezing Colostrum but first a update.. I missed the post yesterday, what a day.. I was up before the sun, showered and ready to…

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Changing Ocean Patterns..

https://www.severe-weather.eu/global-weather/gulf-stream-amoc-ocean-anomaly-united-states-europe-fa/?fbclid=IwAR1Me04U8QadrJHuIrEsFRGtlKFZDmOU3IzhVjwFKY0FySe89IrIctFV78o Hello Folks, I truly hope that you have had some good things happen this week, we have had the local lockdown move to orange and we have a very low case count at the moment locally so we are … Continue reading

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Gardening Giving Thanks for the Deep Cold..

From Coast to Coast the winter cold and snow has truly arrived, breaking records in the west dropping down into the -50C, tipping into the -40 easily in alberta, sask, manatoba and so on.. even the moderate B.C. has been … Continue reading

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Friday Rambles.. Grab the “O S$#^T Bar” and hold on..

Hey Folks, I wish I could say come over, have a coffee but nope.. I am dreaming of summer visits around the newly designed visiting area’s outside.. So grab your zoom screen, your hot cuppa and pretend we are all … Continue reading

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Cold.. So cold and still in lockdown..

The Cold has clamped down across the country, the west is in the deep freeze, I have a couple family members that have woke up to minus 47C.. that is deep biting cold.. bitter to your bones cold.. So while … Continue reading

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