Online Ordering is now available via the Quick Order Form.
Oven, Spit & Pit Roaster Pigs!
Enjoy Our Pork!Pork Page for details.
Missing Dog Romula
Missing dog since July 2017: Medium size ~45 lb female white, black, brown & tan coloration, erect ears, pointy nose, named Romula. She lost her collar so she has no ID with her. See photos. Reward for return. Contact me by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 439-6462 in Vermont. Reward for return or information.
Subscribe To Blog
A Favor Please…If you enjoy my blog please do me the favor of making links to articles you enjoy and to my blog's main page at http://SugarMtnFarm.com because links are what build the power of the web through sharing information.
A year before
- 2016-10-19 No articles on this date.
Blog DonationsIf you found this article on my blog helpful I appreciate anything you can offer to help with server costs:
- Free Meat Success in Montpelier!
- Free Meat – VT State House Lawn 10/4/2017
- Uncured Bacon, Celery Salt & Labeling
- Getting a Handle on Pigs
- Roasters Available
- Official Letter From USDA
- Call from the USDA
- Peanut Butter Arrival at New Loading Dock
- Missing Dog – Romula
- USDA Inspection Application Submitted
- Home Made Bacon In Stores!
- North East KS Backers, Tours, Energy & Surveys
- Poll: Favorite Sausage
- June Survey Poll Winner!
- Order Your Roaster Pig Soon!
Sale on Processing Supplies and Equipment!
Trade Farm Machinery
Browse new & used tractors for sale
from dealers & private sellers.
Buy and sell new and used farm equipment online.
Try our resume writing services online to get the dream job
Thesis Master is your best choice when it comes to ordering dissertations
Sponsoring InformationIf you would like to have a link here, email me for information about sponsoring my blog. Note that I do not in anyway endorse these links. They're sponsoring advertisements from their respective producers. The same goes for ads elsewhere on the page. I thank them for helping to maintain the cost of the servers and blog.
Tag Cloud:Blog Bonfire Butcher Shop Calendar Chickens Clouds Cooking Cottage Dogs Ducks Family Farm Feeding Fencing Flowers Found Fun Garden Goose Government Granite Greenhouse Housing Ice Kickstarter Kids Links Mailbag Market Meat Meat Label Mystery Photo NoWeirdStuff Other Panorama Piglets Pigs Poll Pond Processing Rock Satire Sheep Snow Tour Tractor Trees Vehicles Vermont Water Wildlife
Most Commented Posts
- Contact (421)
- Keeping a pig for meat? (334)
- Pigs (330)
- FAQ (284)
- Pregnancy Indicator (254)
- Boar Meat (149)
- Piglets (145)
- Blog (135)
- Farm (132)
- How to Brine a Ham (125)
- Worms au Natural (124)
- How Much Land per Pig? (101)
- To Cut or Not? (92)
- Butcher Shop at Sugar Mtn (92)
- How to Weigh Pigs w/ String (88)
- What is a Half Pig Share (80)
- Home (76)
- Winter Hen Coop (75)
- Fuji FinePix E900 Review II (74)
- Hay’s Here 2011 – Pigs Eat Grass! (74)
- Winter Farrowing Ideas #1 (73)
- ButcherShop (72)
- Of Tiller Pigs & Weeder Chickens (65)
- Pig on Pasture (65)
- Weaning Piglets (63)
- Have Your Pig and Eat It Too (63)
- Feeding Bread to Pigs (60)
- Dipping Your Toes in Breeding (56)
- LGD Expectations (55)
- Chickens (50)
Random Lucky Posts
- Farmerbob1: 382
- Nance: 290
- pablo: 289
- David Lloyd Sutton: 206
- karl: 186
- Donna OShaughnessy: 176
- Mellifera: 143
- Peter: 127
- PV: 112
- Susan Lea: 105
- Patrick: 97
- Patti: 82
- David: 77
- Melissa: 69
- ranch101: 68
- Urban Agrarian: 66
- Ryan: 66
- Jeff Marchand: 66
- Eric Hagen: 64
- am in the pm: 64
- Teresa: 63
- Dawn Carroll: 59
- Jessie: 58
- bob: 57
- Sal: 55
- eggyknap: 53
- Evelyn: 52
- Anna: 51
- Lisa: 51
- Tim: 51
- Mary Ricksen: 51
- Brian: 50
- julia: 49
- Art Blomquist: 49
- HomemakerAng: 48
Monthly Archives: March 2010
Lower Whey TanksOur pig’s diet consists of about 90% pasture and hay depending on the season plus about 7% dairy. The remainder is apples, pumpkins, beets, turnips, mangels, sunflowers, sunchokes and other veggies. Occasionally we get a little boiled barley … Continue reading
Mallard Pair on Upper PondThis past week I heard many flights of geese headed north. One set we managed to call down to the marshes below us in the valley. Then this morning while I was doing morning chores in … Continue reading
I feel like a paparazzi with all these piglets popping out all over the place. They’re everywhere! Since piglets often are piled on top of each other the photos don’t give the full variety of colors in each litter but … Continue reading
New Field MapWednesday Hope and I took a long walk. According to the GPS unit, below, she walked 12 kilometers and I walked 29 kilometers. The ratio fits as she had cut across back to the house at about the … Continue reading
Harp PegsWe woke to a half inch dusting of snow in the morning and it continued to fall gently all day with just occasional spots of sun. With the snow came more piglets. One sow made a nest in the … Continue reading
2009 – 2010 Winter Firewood UsageIn the past I had measured our firewood usage in log units because in the old house that was the easy way to do it. In the cottage we have a neat 1/24th cord measure … Continue reading
Sunrise through TreesI caught the sun just as it cleared the actual rock of the mountain but before it was above the trees. This view is looking east towards New Hampshire across our south field as I was checking litters … Continue reading
Sweetie with new pigletsPiglets are bursting out like buds all over the place. Our pig population shot up 25 today. Five more sows are looking like their ready to pop. They have begun nesting and lactating. Sweetie, pictured above, is … Continue reading
Master Butcher Cole WardIn preparation for opening our own butcher shop we have spent eighteen months apprenticing with master butcher Cole Ward. He is the butcher at Green Top Market in Morrisville, VT. This April and May he is offering … Continue reading