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Lucy's In The Sky

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Lucy's In The Sky

I started the day with cow shit in my bathrobe pocket and ended it with a bottle calf named Ole.I was in the kitchen just waiting for the coffee to finish and trying to get the kids out the door on time. One of my favorite views is that out the kitchen window, looking out to the front yard, the barn and corral. This morning the corral didn’t look well.I slipped on the first pair of shoes I came to and headed out.Lucy was down. Not laying down like she just hadn’t got up for breakfast yet but laying down...

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Spee-Dee Delivery

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Spee-Dee Delivery

“Your daughter is going to need your help on Monday” Mike told my dad. Not sure just what I was getting into now I can imagine dad was a little hesitant to ask “now what does she have going on?”“She ordered 500 pound of flour to be delivered and needs help unloading the pallet.”Yes, I did that. 500 pounds of organic, non-GMO, heritage wheat flour from Minnesota! I’ve been sourcing my flour from Montana to fill in the gaps of what I’m not growing yet. I loved their flour but was searching out something more local and finally found it....

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Another Season Closer

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Another Season Closer

Once again I’ve read through another stack of books all with a farming and baking themed books this winter. The last of which I have to start is all about using horses for farm and field work. I might need to look over the ol’ Amazon wish list and see what’s next considering it’s the beginning of March, we’ve got 5 feet of snow… and we don’t have horses.Through all that reading I’ve found a few passages that will prove quite helpful in the wheat fields. I’m so excited. We’re one planting closer to WildFlower Farm landrace grains! This year...

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Why Not?! We're Already Late

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Why Not?! We're Already Late

“Oh no you didn’t big mama!”We were already late, like later than the usual late, and there she stood staring at me as I was flying down the driveway. I hit the brakes and slid a bit on the ice, then put ‘er in reverse and was up to the barn in seconds.The kids were curious about what was going on but not too excited. They’re used to ma’ skidding to the barn anymore.Lucy doesn’t have a set due date but by the looks of it it was to be soon. She usually looks ready for a good month or...

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Merry Christmas!

Merry Christmas!

We wish you a very Merry and Blessed Christmas!I would like to also say- Thank you so much for the support we have received over the year. It has been overwhelming. Everything from orders placed, “likes” and “shares” on social media and especially just telling your friends and family about our farm. We have received a tremendous amount of help in labor and borrowed specialty equipment as well.We are truly blessed with family, friends and farm patrons alike.Thank you!Mike, Anna, and family

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