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Our recycled barn as it looks today.

Our recycled barn as it looks today.

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If you have any questions about our site or our farm, or we can be of any help – feel free to email us at:

Jim and Mary

132 Comments on Contact Us

  1. Christopher Smith // November 11, 2014 at 9:26 pm // Reply

    My wife and i finally decided to make the effort to start our own vegetable garden. Figured i ought to do some research on it and came across your site. We have great southern clay so i have begun soil prep for raised beds as your articles explained. I believe i have a good green thumb but once the veggies are growing what are some good ways to treat insect problems. I am a father of triplets and would like to be as healthy as possible.

  2. hi I have tried for a while to figure out a better way to store home made apple juice. other than the freezer. is it not possible to store it in bottles?

    – but how to make it hold long time exept put it in the freezer, seems like hard to find, any chance u know how?

    Thomas from denmark

  3. Carole Shelnutt // September 8, 2014 at 11:45 am // Reply

    I stumbled upon your blog Saturday night and I stayed up very late reading one article after another. I am still reading articles and catching up. We started growing a vegetable garden about three years ago. My husband thought I was crazy when I first told him I wanted to grow vegetables. But, he loves it as much as I do! Next year, we are planning to grow everything from heirloom seeds. Thank you for sharing your experiences with all of us who are looking to live better and simpler lives.

  4. Susan Wright // August 29, 2014 at 4:01 pm // Reply

    Hi, do you have a receipe for your vegetable soup? I have used several of your other recepies and loved them. We are adid gardners too. Thanks. Susan

  5. I have read why to have cover crops and yes always heard that rye was great to use. I guess my question is being Ihave a small garden and I would use the cover to help elimate weeds and enhance the ground, how do I get rid of the rye when its time to start planting. I don’t use a tiller, I hand dig and turn soil.

    • We dig and hand turn our soil as well – and it is a bit harder to do – but well worth the effort. One thing we do is mow off the crop into the soil and then turn it to make it easier. Hope that helps!

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