Hi everyone! We will be picking up the lamb orders from the butcher on Wednesday morning. Yesterday, Cally and I went and saw the meat hanging in the coolers…and it looks wonderful. I have no doubt we’ll have some tasty lamb chops for the holidays.
We feel incredibly fortunate to be able to do the work we do here at Studio Hill. We love the land, we love the work, we love the adventure, and we really love the animals. As you already know, we take great care in making sure that all the animals we bring to the farm […]
Regenerative agriculture is the dawn of planetary engineering. And that’s great news for the future of the planet. Here’s how I know. We have five hay fields on our farm. They are the kind of rolling, green, and gorgeous fields that are typical across Vermont’s pastoral green mountains. All five of the fields have been […]
This poem is, of course, a (poor) tribute to Wendell Berry’s “The Contrariness of the Mad Farmer.”
July has swept over the farm and everybody is running around like crazy. We’re picking weeds, sowing our last crops, mulching the gardens, preparing for hay (if the weather ever cooperates, we’ll cut soon), mowing the lawns, selling the chickens, feeding the animals, chasing after Angus (our 1-year-old son), and so on. Even the chickens and […]