Monthly Archives: March 2016

First Flower 2016

Coltsfoot (Tussilago farfara) When I went up the mountain to check the springs I saw coltsfoot, the first flowers of spring on Sugar Mountain.

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Best Pig

A Pig in Hand is worth Two in the Bush. A frequent question from people getting into pigs, or raising any livestock, is: “What is the best breed of pig.”

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Cole Ward Lamb Workshop

Cole Ward, the master butcher[1, 2] who we apprenticed with to open our own on-farm USDA/State inspected butcher shop will be holding a workshop on butchering lamb at the Weathersfield Inn in Perkinsville, Vermont. 10 AM to 4 PM Saturday … Continue reading

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Leahy on GMO Labeling

Dear Mr. Jeffries: Knowing of your interest in the labeling of genetically engineered (GE) food products, I wanted to share my statement from today’s voting session by the Senate Agriculture Committee to consider Chairman Roberts’ draft bill to establish a … Continue reading

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