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Monthly Archives: September 2013

Honey Harvesting

Harold and Andy have been busy at work (as usual). They’ve traveled to some top secret honey spots around Savannah and picked up approximately 24 honey supers and the stray bees that traveled with them. Harold has all of the equipment needed to make harvesting honey easier than doing it by hand, which is what we’ve been … Continue reading »

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The stuff that dreams are made of!!! Andy and Harold have been working HARD!!! A big pile of goat manure at a neighbor’s place has had them lifting 20,000 pounds… one shovelful at a time. The neighbor’s tractor was broken, which meant no help from the front end loader. It didn’t deter those two from … Continue reading »

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Fall Garden

Seeds are here and we’re preparing the garden for the remainder of our CSA season. Fall is wonderful as we’re moving away from the the heat of Summer and into cooler days and nights. The sweet potatoes have been in the ground since the beginning of June and Southern Exposure delivered a beautiful envelope full  of seeds that … Continue reading »

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Meet Tom. Our lone turkey. He is a survivor, since his companions were all devoured a couple of weeks ago. He was sleeping by the house and not in the garden when the attack took place. Now, we’re growing to love him. He sticks his neck in the pig pen to eat kitchen scraps and … Continue reading »

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