Freya, with Crookie, who was very sick and had to come in the house for Christmas!
Boris, one of our boars, decided to get stuck in the new water line ditches
Typical Large Black Hog Piglets at 3 weeks. Hardy even in winter
We are there at all farrowings
New Spring chicks
Once in a while the litttle bity babies, get to come in and get warm
Cody when he was six
Once in a great while we take a break!
Gretchen Harvesting Garlic
Not sure which one is uglier!!!
Orphaned piglet doing fine.
Canning from the Garden with Cousin Barb
Pigs on a new Field.
Heritage pigs are genetically built to live on greens, and actually grow from eating weeds!!!
Yummy Shoulder Roast. You won't get that red pork at the grocery store. This photo has NOT been altered.
Emily getting her daily milking.
Yetti, our new livestock dog.
CODY PICKING GARLIC SCAPES....ONLY 70,000 More to go Cody!
Reserve your garlic by June of each year, as we always sell out.
Boop taking a rest, after a hard days work.
Miles and Shirley, saying Hi.
"SIX" our 650 lb Red Wattle Boar
Blonde as a baby
Ginger, the sweetest pig that ever lived.
PINKY AND BLONDE AS BABIES