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Farm Name: Northern Lights Farm

Year Farm Established: 2009

Location: Hermiston, OR

Years I’ve been farming: 7 years

Animals I raise: cows goats turkeys ducks chickens

Crops I grow: A to Z vegetables, any and all herbs I can get my hands on, fruit trees n grapes

Hobbies I enjoy: preserving sewing milking making goat cheese collecting silver Victorian Tea Parties

The proudest moment on my farm: Klutina's suprise birth

Pets: Cartman and Whitey
born December 25 2010

Farm Motto: 8 Stars of Gold on a Field of Blue

Farm Blog
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  In an effort to improve our website for our visitors, we will be changing some of our service providers. We do not expect to experience any technical difficulties. However, if you are unable to access our website, please be assured it will be temporary as we transition to the new service. 10/19/2013 12:00.00 AM  
  still here
but nothing new to add, 2013 is going to be a good year

Come visit me, Northern Lights Farm.

05/03/2013 12:54.30 PM Report This Comment  
  November 2011
It's been almost 6 months since anyone wrote or commented on our farm. Everyone must have been as busy as we have been over this fine Summer we had. Cows and goats are expected now over the Winter and into 2012. Hope everyone is well and enjoying their healthy preserves as we are. Hope to update with any more photos and chatter next month as well.

Come visit me, Northern Lights Farm.

11/21/2011 07:53.47 AM Report This Comment  
  Great pics...
Those are great pictures!! Thank goodness it's finally spring. The farm is really coming to life and I'm jealous of all the great pics. Looking forward to adding my own soon!!

Come visit me, Grumpy Owl Farm.

06/07/2011 08:54.26 PM Report This Comment  
  Congrats on good growing! Hope we could have more in our veggie baskets. Our's is still growing. Happy Farmin'!

Come visit me, One Acre Wonders( Farm in Progress).

06/03/2011 04:59.41 PM Report This Comment  
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  RE:Corn is up
Awesome sounds like all your plants are "happy".Tomato and pepper plants are doing great despite the cold weather.Keeping my fingers crossed.We also planted some corn and it is doing good as well.
Dogs and ponies are doing good here.
actually saw a wild lynx the other day, we see alot of bobcats here but not too many lynx.
Snakes are out despite cold weather.Hubby got a 9 button rattlesnake two days ago so really keeping my eyes open when pulling weeds.Keep in touch and happy gardening.

Come visit me, Broke 'N' Hammered Acres.

05/23/2011 07:00.59 PM Report This Comment  
With spring and nice weather always comes the wind and my does it blow.I have tomato and pepper plants in pots,will soon put in the ground.Not sure what you meant about your dogs,did you have two pass and get two more?
I wish I had more time to be on hobbyfarms this is a really busy time of year for me.You take care and keep in touch

Come visit me, Broke 'N' Hammered Acres.

05/03/2011 08:01.58 PM Report This Comment  
  Hi! I saw your pictures. Just beautiful, I hope we can be farm friends!

Come visit me, One Acre Wonders( Farm in Progress).

04/19/2011 05:18.24 PM Report This Comment  
  Absolutely beautiful pictures and an awesome looking farm! Thank you for checking mine out, best of luck with 2011!

Come visit me, Single Tree Farm.

04/15/2011 10:27.13 AM Report This Comment  
  I am jealous!
Though my hens have resumed laying, we still are buried in snow with closed roads and seemingly endless wind. I did finally order my heirloom seed however wonder if the packets will stare at my from the table as a constant reminder that we still have 3 feet of snow on the ground. I can only dream about watching my chickens outside eating the first sign of something green...ah...the light at the end of this long and cold winter tunnel! The 75 baby chicks in my mud room are my little bit of daily sunshine!

Come visit me, Soper Family Farm.

03/28/2011 06:46.41 AM Report This Comment  
I love making bread! We rarely buy bread at the store anymore. I found my kids eat less of it if it is homemade. I think it's because I use honey and whole wheat flour along with maybe oatmeal or some other grains. It is so filling! They seem to just gobble up store bought bread and it seems like they are never full. Of course, home made bread has much higher nutritional value...I am working on getting back to old fashioned living and making everything from scratch...

Come visit me, Soper Family Farm.

03/18/2011 07:28.48 AM Report This Comment  
Hello,do you have snow there?Wow we got 5 inches and still snowing.Wishing for spring.
Your pies look delicious,I wish I still had huckleberries in the freezer,huckleberry pie sounds so good.

Come visit me, Broke 'N' Hammered Acres.

03/01/2011 08:41.00 AM Report This Comment  
Just stopped in to see how you were doing! Ilove your pictures. I am so looking forward to spring! My seeds are ordered, now I want my hands dirty!

Come visit me, Larkshire Farm.

02/21/2011 01:23.03 PM Report This Comment  


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