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Happy Easter!

No business or useful information/insights here: just the joy of Spring on a farm full of ducks (and Easter rabbits of course!)

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Native Pollinators: Build a tiny house with a big impact

Save the Bees! And wasps and hoverflies and ladybugs and butterflies….. There’s a lot of attention to bees in the media lately: hive collapse, mass deaths due to improper pesticide use, the list goes on. But much of the ‚ÄúSave … Continue reading

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Ways to Store Your Garlic Harvest

Garlic is a wonderful crop for those of us looking to stock up on our homegrown produce and to spice up our menu without relying on expensive (and none-too-fresh) packaged spices. With the proper care, garlic can be stored for … Continue reading

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Duck and Mushroom Gravy

When I am vending the farmer’s market, offering my Muscovy duck and rabbit meat for sale to local customers, I often spend half of my time explaining my favorite recipes and how best to prepare my meats. Both rabbit and … Continue reading

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