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Sara's Farm Blog

Respect the Rooster Blog

My view from the farm!

I hope my thoughts and experiences inspire!! 

 Please shoot me an email with questions or comments.

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Thanks for reading! 

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Kidding season 2021

Posted on 12 April, 2021 at 0:10 Comments comments (2)

Latter and longer season - March - June

Here is our first Tina's Terrific Tulip!!  

Homemade Raisin Bread

Posted on 10 March, 2021 at 13:20 Comments comments (3)

If you were born with the weaknes to fall....You were born with strenght to rise!  Enjoy!!

3 Cups Flour

1/2 C plus 3 TBS Sugar

3TBP baking powder

1/2 tsp.soda

1 tsp salt

2 1/2 tsp cinnamon

 1-2 Cups raisnes

1/4 C oil or Applesauce

1 Cup milk

SOAK rasins in liquid ingredients, add salt, sugar, cinnamon, soda, b. powder, mix well in stand mixer. Slowly add in flour, combine untill...

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Newest Soap Scrubbies

Posted on 8 March, 2021 at 7:45 Comments comments (0)

Our local seamstress is at it again!!   Updated scrubbies for our wonderful creamy goat milk soap! 

Meet Sassy

Posted on 6 March, 2021 at 0:10 Comments comments (0)


Is our latest edition to the farm - She a beautiful Holstein Dairy Cow!


We had many requests for raw cow milk and after many searching we found Sassy and her calf Skittles.


We will also use her milk to feed bottle goat kids as well.


Metamorphosis of Butter Making

Posted on 28 February, 2021 at 14:25 Comments comments (0)

Start with RAW COW'S CREAM - a decent food processor, and clean kitchen sink, large bowl and colunder!  From Start to finsh this process takes about 20 mins. Cream spun at high speed, turns into thckened whipped cream (can be sweetened) than it turns breaks down farther into smaller particals and continues to spin..the fat breaks down and thins...the liquid is true buttermilk!  Pour into cheesecloth and colunder, press butter, handle with your hands, squeeze gently under cold runnin...

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