GNOWFGLINS featured our Farm on “Down Home Farm Tours”!

One of my favorite website blogs is called GNOWFGLINS with Wardee Harmon. She featured our farm on her recent post,

Click HERE  to view the post.

Wardee has a fabulous cooking eCourse, blog, author of several eBooks and “The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Fermenting Foods”

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  1. I really enjoyed “touring” your homestead. It is beautiful! Everything looks so clean, even the milking parlor and laying boxes. We are terribly curious if they are always that clean, and if so, how do you keep it that way? Ours is certainly not that clean and we don’t know how we would keep it that way.

    Rose Petal

    • Well… for our nest boxes. We keep straw and shavings in each box. If a chicken accidentally breaks an egg or if one of the eggs somehow get’s on everything, we change out all the bedding in that box. We a chicken happens to leave a poopy behind in the box we clean it out ASAP. Our Boxes stay pretty clean if we so those two things. It’s wroth it to keep the broken eggs and insides as well as poopy out of the nest boxes. Our eggs are almost all clean and we don’t have to wash them at all before use.

      In our milk area. We have concrete. We sweep it out after every milking. If it needs more than a sweeping we have a hose with a small nozzle on it to spray away any milk, poopy dirt etc. We only have to do that about once a week. We also have a power washer that we use about once every other month when stuff starts to build up. It’s worth it to keep it clean because it helps us keep the milk clean!

      Hope that helps.

      Rashel H.

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