Around our Farm: September 2016

Our Little Mr. is crawling now. And cruising. And pulling himself up to stand on everything. Pretty much every moment that he’s awake is spent with either myself or the Mr. chasing him around the house. Despite our non-existent spare time, we have gotten a few...

Around Our Farm: May 2016

Around Our Farm This year we’re working more on fixing up the house and some small construction-type projects around and about the farm. We’re trying to take things a bit easier since the addition of the new family member. This month we’re finishing...
Incubating and Hatching Geese

Incubating and Hatching Geese

Geese are rather difficult to incubate and hatch compared to chickens and ducks. Ideally the incubating is left to a hen, duck, goose, or other broody bird, but luck doesn’t always provide a broody when you need one. Goslings¬†make up for their difficult hatching...

How To Cook With Goose Eggs

Goose eggs are a seasonal treat found only in the spring when geese start breeding. These jumbo eggs make a chicken, and even duck, egg look tiny. You can definitely eat the eggs as long as you have a big appetite, but they’re even better when shared. Learn how...