Author Archives: Chris

About Chris

A small hobby farmer with a profound love for goats, chickens, quail, and most things outdoors!!

I made a huge mistake……

Well I have made many mistakes since I started farming, but last week I made the largest blunder EVER!!  As many of you know I raise poultry, small scale (less than 2000 per year), for the local Asian market.  My good … Continue reading

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GMO Free and Organic Chicken Feed…Is it worth???

NO.  Maybe. I don’t know???? I should stop and leave it there, but that wouldn’t be fair.  In an attempt to clear up my opinion I will offer the following information.  After reading everything and doing your own research, you … Continue reading

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Urban Farm from Hobby to Profession…

  So many people ask me if my small urban farm is my hobby, or do I actually make money?  The answer isn’t so cut and dry.  I mean in the beginning it was totally for fun.  We wanted to … Continue reading

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Farm Animals and Winter Weather

So I see a lot of questions about what to do when it gets cold outside.  A lot of “homesteaders” get concerned when temps fall below freezing and/or snow is on the way to their farm.  I must admit that when … Continue reading

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Guardians of our Galaxy

So our guardians are growing up fast.  Today Willow is 5mos. old, and Misha will be the same in 2 weeks.  Ironically, Misha is now the larger of the two at least in weight.  They both are coming along very … Continue reading

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Fall is here and winter is coming!!

So with everything that was going on this week I decided I needed a break.  I am sick of politics for sure.  Winterizing the farm is a pretty large undertaking, and work has begun.  For only the 2nd winter we … Continue reading

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Winds of Change @ McClung Farm

So as the story goes my wife brought home a goat (well 2).  That was over 5 years ago, and we have had dairy goats ever since.  Well to a certain extent that will be changing.  After years of waiting for … Continue reading

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