We Will Offer a Farm Tour on Saturday, Oct. 13, from 11 - 3.
We will visit cattle, sheep, hogs, and laying hens, in their elements, on a hay wagon. We will observe Bo herding the flock of sheep, will inspect pastures, and enjoy a light lunch. $25 per person; children under ten are free.Learn more about the farm you are supporting and the food you are eating. Sign up online by October 1.
Part of the journey of owning a farm with buildings is keeping them in repair, also known as servicing depreciation. We recently painted this barn, making it the ninth building to receive paint in the past three years. Hopefully these efforts will last for ten years or so.
As remnants of Hurricaine Gordon prepare to inundate us, we will be moving laying hens out of the flood plain. Doing so requires stealth technique at night, when hens demobilze. So if anybody would like to join us this evening, bring your headlamp and rain jacket. 9 PM sharp.
Susan's latest culinary foray is into Lamb Barbacoa. Her Beef Barbacoa has been a great success, so we are experimenting with lamb to bring it to the same standard for serving with tacos. So far so good!
Weather permitting, we will see you this Sunday at Hyde Park, on Wednesday at Blue Ash, and on Thursday at Bexley.