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Hopefully some of you are lucky enough to already be harvesting some early spring vegetables! 

Here in Maine, all I've got so far that's mature is my rhubarb, but soon enough we'll be picking all kinds of vegetables from the garden.

Brooding ducklings is a wet, messy business. Ducklings are naturally drawn to water and delight in splashing and spilling it all ove...
This week's recipe is a fun bite-sized burst of spring from Kate at Framed Cooks. What's more spring-like than cheesecake an...
Two week old chicks and ducklings have a way of getting in the way of getting anything done here on the farm! It's so easy to ju...
While adult chickens and ducks can certainly co-habitat and live in relatively peace together in a pen or run and even in a shar...
This week's recipe from Kate over at Framed Cooks puts all those extra egg whites to work for you.  I don't know about you ...
Coffee, cream and eggs are often components of a normal breakfast. Make your mornings a little sweeter with this delicious, de...
Whew! This week we had a lot of excitement going on here on our farm! Not only did we welcome new baby chicks and duckings, but we had...
A Rhode Island Red chicken will lay brown eggs, a Leghorn will lay white eggs. Ameraucanas lay blue eggs. When you choose a b...