It was very fun being one of the featured “Farm Chicks” on this week’s Farm Chick Chit Chat Facebook page, and welcome to those of you who found my blog by following their suggestion. 🙂
FCCC featured another great blogger this week, and I think she’s just fantastic! I hope you’ll pop over and visit with Emily at http://oldbrodbeckfarm.blogspot.com/. Emily is a very talented photographer and horse-enthusiast. Check out Old Brodbeck Farm to learn about this family farm that has been passed down for many generations, and the chickens, horses and goats they keep there. Make sure you tell Emily I sent you!
Looking back, I realized I need to play some catch-up and be sure to include a few blogs that were featured at the end of 2012 on FCCC. One of my absolute favorite blogs to follow is http://farmhouse38.wordpress.com/. Kate at Farmhouse 38 is an incredibly talented photographer and artist, and writes some hysterically funny posts about her backyard chicken adventures in her suburban homestead. Kate’s blog is real eye-candy, and I’m sure you will LOVE it!
Wow, where the heck did this week go??
It’s Friday, and time to check out 2 more of the awesome bloggers contributing to Farm Chick Chit Chat! This week I encourage you to visit with Mandie who runs Louise’s County Closet- you can check it out here: http://www.louisescountrycloset.com/
and after you’ve seen all the awesome goodies available through Mandie’s site, be sure to visit with Sonja and all the animals at Lally Brock Farms. Sonja specializes in handmade goat milk soaps and other products- check them out!
In all the excitment over having my article on alpacas published in the premier issue of From Scratch magazine, I completely forgot about last week’s Farm Chick Friday post. 😦 I feel terrible about it because these ladies are truly awesome and their blogs are really worth checking out! I hope you’ll take some time to visit with them, because I guarantee you will enjoy their blogs.
Shanyan blogs about her adventures in homesteading in a suburban backyard at:http://backyardhomesteadadventure.blogspot.com/
Sheila shares thoughtful and heartfelt musings on slowing down and enjoying the homestead lifestyle at: http://hope-farms.blogspot.com/
Lisa is a well known and recognized authority on chicken and duck keeping, and you can count on her sage advice to keep your flock happy and healthy. Check out: http://fresh-eggs-daily.blogspot.com/