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Krystal’s 2015 Winter Garden Journal

September 8, 2015: During summer I discovered a terrific author, Caleb Warnock. He writes and teaches about the methods used by Utah’s pioneers, baking with wild yeast, and (this is the one that really opened my eyes) a book solely about winter gardening… using cold frames and hot beds, no heat or electricity, no expensive [...]

American Milking Devon herd for sale

Sadly, we need to sell our beautiful herd.   Available individually, or a fantastic opportunity as a small established, proven herd for anyone interested in helping preserve this rarest of heritage cattle breeds!   Please telephone for quick reply since don’t have internet at home. If we do not answer we will see your number [...]

Busy Times

Not only are we in baby season full-swing with lambs arriving almost daily to go along with all the other babies around the ranch, but we are getting geared up for spring/summer projects.   However, we got slowed down a bit when Tom slipped on the ice 4 weeks ago and gave himself a doozy [...]

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Month in Pictures- February 2016

cold frames dug out of the snow   lettuce seedlings that survived through... winter with no heat   American Milking Devon bull calf   Jasper- Brie's buckling   Opal- Brie's doeling we will keep   English Shepherd puppies!   more puppies [...]

Baby Season Has Begun!

Yep, its official… baby season is here!   Cedar the Alpine dairy goat had twin girls on Saturday morning. Colette my milk cow delivered a bull calf on Monday morning.   Brie the Nubian/Boer cross goat is due any moment. Ailagh’s puppies and Abigail’s calf will be close on their heels. And then there are [...]

New Blog Feature- “Month in Pictures”

I am starting a new blog feature called “Month in Pictures”.   It will be posted at the end of each month. Each post will most likely be wordless, and will feature Krystal's beautiful photography of life on and around the Ranch.   We hope you enjoy it!

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