Jeffries Family Farm
Walter Jeffries Tinker, Tailor… A bit eclectic & a tad eccentric, polymath, quantum mechanic & Farmer. Also lucky at cards.
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Missing Dog – Romula disappeared on in August. Unfortunately her collar came off so she has no ID with her. ~5years old, Female, ~45 lbs
White, grey/black & brown, Upright ears, Looks similar to a coyote. See photos.
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Yes, we’re still buried in snow – Click image for larger panorama. I’ve just updated our product information Pork Page. Feedback, corrections, sharp eyes for typos all appreciated. If you or someone you know is interested in getting a box … Continue reading
Siberian Tiger Swim Click for Big Picture As is tradition, our mermaid went for a swim long before ice out on the upper pond.
Will and Ben with Sows in New Pasture (Click Image for Large View) We recently moved sixteen late gestation sows to the lower pond level where they’re already beginning to farrow their litters. This level doesn’t actually have access to … Continue reading
First Ice on Upper Pond It has gotten cold enough that we finally have ice on the pond. Not enough for skating. This is a little late to get first ice. Not that we mind as we’ve been enjoying all … Continue reading
Upper Pond Full – Click to Expand to Larger View This summer we replaced some of the pipes that bring water from the springs so now we have more capacity to bring water to the upper pond where it is … Continue reading
Marsh Field Foliage – Click for Larger View Our trees are starting to put on their fall colors. The mountain across the marsh field was splendidly regaled in the morning’s golden light. Visitors comment on what a beautiful place we … Continue reading
Behind the Mask Catch the cold and keep it to yourself. I’m talking about biosecurity. Those masks aren’t to protect us from the animals – it’s the other way around. We’re protecting the animals. Pigs are susceptible to human cold … Continue reading
Hannah Hill – Click to get the Big Picture The land is clothed in a many colored cloth. It is officially fall and the trees are changing their robes. The colors are quickly approaching peak. It seems early this year … Continue reading
Cottage in Blanket of April SnowYesterday I was speaking with someone on the phone and mentioned that virtually all of our snow was finally melted. He said where he was it had been gone for a month. Then this morning … Continue reading
As Seeen from Cottage Terrace Looking North EastJust a new view of frosted mountains as we look out to the coming year… Outdoors: 11째F/-9째F Partially SunnyTiny Cottage: 64째F/55째F