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Nanner's Liberty Farm from Picayune, MS
Nanner's Liberty Farm

Farm Name: Nanner's Liberty Farm

Year Farm Established: 2009

Location: Picayune, MS

Years I’ve been farming: 7 years

Animals I raise: Rabbits

Crops I grow: Satsumas, kumquats, tomatoes, peppers, beans, carrots, brocolli, kale, onions, garlic, potatoes

Hobbies I enjoy: Sewing, stained glass, gardening

Pets: Dogs Buddy and Sammy, Cat Medeski

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A lot of us started a townies, learning the ropes on small scales. Half the fun is in the dreaming and planning!

Come visit me, Larkshire Farm.

04/09/2011 08:36.52 AM Report This Comment  
  Spring is in the air
Got the winter garden cleaned up some. Still have some cabbage and kale in the ground, but the lettuce had bolted and the radishes were finished. Pulled that stuff up and all the weeds that had managed to survive the winter. Getting ready to plant some peas and potatoes. Saw someone buying tomato plants the other day. It's tempting, but I know we'll probably get another frost before its said and done, so I'll wait. Trying to get my two rabbit does bred again. For some reason, they're not being cooperative. William, my buck, is doing his part. Maybe some soft music and candlelight? LOL.

Come visit me, Nanner's Liberty Farm.

03/02/2011 07:21.46 AM Report This Comment  
It sounds like you are well on your way!

Come visit me, Larkshire Farm.

02/13/2011 07:53.48 PM Report This Comment  
It only takes a little space to get you hooked. I wish you luck on you dreams of a larger area to farm. What type of rabbits do you raise?

Come visit me, Go for Broke.

02/13/2011 12:02.00 PM Report This Comment  
  Wonderful looking garden.. good luck

Come visit me, Brent & Kim Wessel.

02/13/2011 04:44.00 AM Report This Comment  
  From little acorns . . .
My "farm" is in the city. One day some acreage, but for now doing what I can on my lot in town. The photo shows my three raised garden beds. In the background are my citrus trees, pots of herbs, and the greenhouse/rabbit house. I am "in training" for my country place, which is only a dream for now but will one day be a reality I hope.

Come visit me, Nanner's Liberty Farm.

02/13/2011 03:49.32 AM Report This Comment  


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