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Lazy Birches from Palmer, AK
Lazy Birches

Farm Name: Lazy Birches

Year Farm Established: 2010

Location: Palmer, AK

Years I’ve been farming: 5 years

Animals I raise: Nigerian Dwarf goats, chickens, rabbits

Crops I grow: Strawberries, Vegetables, Rhubarb

The proudest moment on my farm: Every time I milk the goat!

Pets: Australian cattle dog, Dixie
Black cat, Molly

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Nice little barnyard you have there.

Come visit me, My Wyoming Home, Santa Sara Ranch, WyoCowgirl's Santa Sara Ranch & Santa Sara Ranch (Coming Soon).

08/29/2010 10:51.23 AM Report This Comment  
  Summer is almost over! Waaaaahhhh!
So cool that you live in Alaska. We visited Alaska's Inside Passage back in 2001. I fell in love with the place! Going through the White Mountain Pass on an original train from the Gold Rush days was breathtaking. It amazed me how beautiful and statuesque the mountains were and can't wait to go back someday and take my sons with us.

I cannot believe that summer is winding down already.

Summer nights always remind me of my summers as a kid playing "kick the can", "tippee tippee over the iceberg" and "Red Rover" and capturing as many lightening bugs as possible in Mason jars back home in Northwest Indiana. We'd spend our days helping out around the yard, house and garden and swimming and riding our bikes all over the place.

Now, in Southern California, we're hitting the garden and bringing in all kinds of tomatoes and melon and counting the weeks until our pumpkins are ready to share with the neighborhood kids. I regret not planting corn this year, but definitely next year. Paying $1 for three fresh ears still in husks at the grocer is RIDICULOUS!!!!!! Thank God for the local Farmer's markets where we can get corn more reasonably priced.

Have a great evening.

I now have a Fan Page on Facebook called The Green Maven where I share organic gardening, cooking, workout and cleaning tips as well as organic alternatives for dog, cat, chicken and horse feed.

Come visit me, Wildfire Spirit Ranch.

08/28/2010 07:30.36 PM Report This Comment  

Come visit me, Selkirk Sheep farm, my goats, DeVore Appaloosas & Dons Dexters.

08/28/2010 02:07.08 PM Report This Comment  
welcome to hobby farms

Come visit me, Selkirk Sheep farm, my goats, DeVore Appaloosas & Dons Dexters.

08/27/2010 02:18.07 PM Report This Comment  
I did not think I'd ever say I Miss Rhubarb But, I'm planning to plant some.

Come visit me, Larkshire Farm.

08/27/2010 11:33.47 AM Report This Comment  


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