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Farm Name: Late Bloomers

Year Farm Established: 2011

Location: Honea Path, SC

Years I’ve been farming: 2 years

Animals I raise: chickens, guineas

Crops I grow: heirloom veggies

Hobbies I enjoy: (Heidi): Writing, gardening, reading, music.
(Brian): Chickens, football, political history


Club/Associations memberships: (Heidi) Evangelical Press Association

The proudest moment on my farm: Brian: Successfully raising first chickens and learning how to process them. Heidi: When I got my first children's book published (www.bobosnewho- me.weebly. com)And also when we successfully raised a litter of kittens who had been left to starve.

Pets: cats



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  
  Hi
I see that you are friends with The Farm Wife, and that's good enough for me!

Come visit me, La Ferme Sabloneuse (Sandy Farm).

07/17/2012 06:29.11 PM Report This Comment  
  Hi!
You know, the Bible was part of the reason I really wanted to try the moon phases - someone once told me that you should plant for six years and let it rest for seven. Sure enough, I found it in the Bible. I'm just wondering how I can incorporate that into the Plantation planting rotation. I really think it's a viable thing to do. Hope you have a great day!

Come visit me, The Farm Wife & Paradise Plantation.

01/18/2012 04:24.51 PM Report This Comment  
  Thanks!
I now have that book on my list of must reads! Right now I'm reading Jack Pyle and Taylor Reese' book about Raising with the Moon. I've always wanted to learn how to do that, and finally decided to get serious about it. I'm also about to take a challenge that was given by Kathi Lipp (KathiLipp.com) regarding answering that age-old question "What's For Dinner". She has a new book out called the What's For Dinner Solution" and I agreed to take the challenge on my site. If you are interested in following it and taking the challenge, visit my site at thefarmwife.com. I'll be posting more details about it next week and the actuall challenge takes place Jan. 23-27. Hope I 'see' you on my site!!!!!

Come visit me, The Farm Wife & Paradise Plantation.

01/12/2012 05:22.44 PM Report This Comment  
  Relocation
So, we were born just miles from each other...I was born in Findlay and my parents now live just outside Fostoria.
Y'all had more snow than we did though, being up right on the lake. I do NOT miss the snow! It's nice to see in the photos our families send us, but that's the only way I care to see it anymore...LOL! And yes, we too are enjoying the much needed rain we have had. I drive a school bus and cross over the lake here a couple times and it is way down.

Come visit me, Cobby Hobby Farm.

01/12/2012 07:24.46 AM Report This Comment  
  Good Morning!
No, I haven't read Logan Wood's book yet, but I still have some room left on Christmas Barnes and Noble gift cards - I was wondering what to do with it and now I know! I just finished reading Joel Salatin's 'Folks, this ain't normal', and it was one of the best books I've read in a while. He compares historical farming to current farming, and boy, did I learn a lot. I'm now working on a few books regarding the Shakers and their gardening techniques, and from there the next in the stack is learning how to garden with the Moon. Phew! I'm actually ready for a good mystery after all that. Hope you are having a great day today!

Come visit me, The Farm Wife & Paradise Plantation.

01/10/2012 06:16.20 AM Report This Comment  
  Thank you and Relocation
Thanks for your comment about our motto. Where did y'all relocate to here from? We relocated here back in 2003 from Ohio. Love the winters here!!! They only THINK they get any snow here...LOL!

Come visit me, Cobby Hobby Farm.

01/09/2012 05:29.13 PM Report This Comment  
  Good Morning!
I tried to access your site but Windows doesn't want to take it. I'm going to work on it until I can get there! So far, I haven't been published, but in the past I wrote amateur sleuth mystery. Since we bought the farm my writing has shifted and I'm working on a book about moving from the city to the farm. I started a website a couple of months ago (thefarmwife.com) which is basically a daily journal of what takes place on and around Paradise. Unfortunately, we live SO rurally I don't have access to internet at home, so I am at the mercy of a community center - and they work only when they want to. Tell me what you like to read. I am currently reading Joel Salatin's new book, "Folks, this ain't normal", and I am really enjoying it. Other than farm related books, I love a good mystery. Looking forward to hearing from you again!

Come visit me, The Farm Wife & Paradise Plantation.

01/03/2012 04:59.00 AM Report This Comment  
  Welcome!
So glad you could join us. What do you write? I'm a writer (as yet - unpublished, but still love to do it!) I also love to garden and read. Good luck with your new farm!

Come visit me, The Farm Wife & Paradise Plantation.

12/28/2011 03:11.07 PM Report This Comment  
  new kids on the block
We relocated to South Carolina a few years back and our time here has been quite the adventure. We've gotten to meet lots of interesting people and learn many wonderful new things. We've spent the past couple years learning about basics of farming and gardening and are ready to move forward with growing our farm and continuing to meet other people in our area who also farm and garden.

Come visit me, Late Bloomers.

12/26/2011 01:10.30 PM Report This Comment  

 



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