Freezing Summer Squash

Earlier, I talked about all the zucchini that I have, here is a picture of it in my kitchen sink, it was literally over-flowing!   Although it took me a couple of hours to get them all grated down. I ended up with 50 cups of grated zucchini. Out of that, I bagged 4 – […]

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Heat Wave in Tennessee

It has been brutally hot here the past couple of days, with the humeture up in the triple digits. Even the chickens are staying home in the afternoon! It’s true, I can go outside during between noon and 2 and the chickens are in their coop. At about the same time, the horses can be […]

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Another Long Week

Ya know, I’m pretty disappointed in my garden this year. While the cucumbers and squashes continue to do well, everything else is just not moving fast enough for me. My tomatoes, green peppers and jalapeno peppers are taking their own sweet time ripening. I’m sure a lot of it has to do with the fact […]

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Busy Times at the Ranch

It has been such a hectic week around here, I don’t know  how I found time to do anything! The garden is really coming along, I pulled to zucchini’s out of it this week. the tomato plants all have blooms on them, the cucumbers are not only blooming, but have some cucs on the vines.  […]

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Sustainable Farming

Over the next couple of weeks, we are going to take a look at the three major “types” of farming: Sustainable, Conventional and Organic. I want to try and define each type for you, and let you decide which is best for your family. We want to give you the Pro’s and Con’s for each […]

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