Tag Archives: Bardstown Kentucky

Don’t Fence Me In

We made some of our first sales and trades this past month, just in time for Christmas. While I was saddened to see them go, our “babies” are going to good homes. Frick and Frack were traded to a dairy … Continue reading

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Amuck, Amuck, Amuck, Amuck: Calf Hocus Pocus

Recently, Mike and I discovered that someone had knocked down a historic rock wall and cut down about a dozen ‘old growth’ walnut trees on our property without our permission. It was not hard to figure out who the culprit was, … Continue reading

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Mother Nature Calls

If you are a little squeamish over the term “cow poop” or get excitedly upset at the declasse  and somewhat gauche discussion about bodily functions in polite conversation…stop now. This is a story about peeing on the farm. Yes, I … Continue reading

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Beholding Beauty

It’s a muggy, gloomy day today here on the farm– one of those days where you don’t know if it will be hotter than blazes or stormy.  We’ve enjoyed comfortable temperatures for awhile now, so my bet is it will … Continue reading

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Why Come to Kentucky?

M.J. Deare writes about the effects of Nature (and other things) on her blog Nature in the News. Her compilation of information about this years weather patterns provides food-for-thought for both sides of the Global Warming issue. She has also … Continue reading

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