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Monthly Archives: July 2014

To The (Farmer’s) Market We Go

After 3 years of farming strictly for our CSA members… we’re going to our first farmer’s market as vendors!!! There’s a market about 20min from us and we’ll be taking herbs, flowers and a few extras like eggs and raw honey(in a couple weeks) and maybe some beeswax candles or pies or whatever we can sell starting … Continue reading »

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chickens for uncle sam

We recently sold some chickens to a friend of ours… He’s a Ranger… with a really nice truck (just ask our oldest boy)… and he and some guys from Fort Stewart recently ate some Urbanna Farm chicken… after they dressed and cooked them… We sold them live birds… I think that was part of the experience… … Continue reading »

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a full week

Andy and I went with some friends to St. Catherine’s Island just across from Ossabaw Island on Monday, which is also just down the road from our little farm. I’ve been all over the coast of Tybee and to the barrier islands off of Tybee, but this was my first time seeing this particular area … Continue reading »

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break’s over

We’ve had a mild Summer to say the least. A natural blogging break occurred, because there just didn’t seem to be a lot to write about. The Summer garden has been plowed in and we spread daikon radish and cow pea seeds after putting every bit of compost that we have onto the Fall garden spot. … Continue reading »

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Missing Maggie’s Milk

Store milk is WHITE! Super white. Abnormally white if you ask me. Andy said it’s because of all the bleach in it and I think he’s partially correct. We bought our first grocery store milk in a while recently. Maggie is dry and we’re thankful she’s still alive, but sorely disappointed that we’re not able to … Continue reading »

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