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In Episode 1, you get a taste of what early March looks like on the farm as we begin to transition from winter operations to spring. Green grass is not here yet, but we are getting ready for it!
In Episode 2, the spring season is beginning to hit its stride with a batch of chickens needing to go to pasture, piglets to load up, pigs to be caught, feed delivered, and that's just before lunch!
In Episode 3, the first chickens of the season head out to pasture, Blake the LGD (livestock guard dog) assumes his chicken-protecting duties, Jordan gives a presentation to students at JMU and records a podcast with a JMU professor, and a new batch of chicks arrive.
In Episode 4, we open up the farm for a homeschool tour day!
Harvesting animals for meat is one of the most controversial topics in food & on social media today. We debated on even releasing this episode but firmly believe in the science of meat-eating, the ethics of human animal-rearing, and the case for regenerative farming practices including livestock for meat. We hope you find this episode educational and inspiring. Transparency in agriculture is incredibly needed today. We are here, being transparent with the world on what we do and why.
Hosting farm tours is a cool part of what we do. Building community with the folks who support us and taking an afternoon away from the summer grind is a fun and refreshing kind of work. In Episode 6, we welcome farm customers and supporters to our farm for a guided tour and a 10-Year Farm Anniversary celebration!