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A small flock of Buckeye Chickens live at the farm. We have chicks, ducklings, and goslings available on a seasonal basis, and fertile eggs year-round (hens willing, that is).
We obtained some Ancona ducklings in the spring of 2008 and have enjoyed watching them. I missed the "spots", so these ducks will have to suffice.
Each year, Mary Ellen has thrown out multiple wheelbarrows full of herbs to the sheep and compost piles. Not being one to enjoy waste of great foods and location of a potential sales source for the dried herbs, she became more organized with the herbs she has grown for almost 30 years. She also has added many herbs and mints during the summer months. Mary Ellen has been drying these for enjoyment further than the farm with some success. Ask about our jars of fresh-dried herbs, tins of 20 tea bags (many single and/or combination tastes) and herbal vinegars. Check out Mary Ellen's Herbs at ISeeSpots Farm for more information.
|Growing up, Mary Ellen was introduced to a few of the Alice Fowler crocheted baby designs that her grandmother had. Over the past years, she has found other enthusiasts of the Fowler patterns. Most of the patterns have been located in one form or another. Workbasket magazine advertisements give dates to which the patterns were available as research has not located family or friends who knew this lady. If you are interested in these vintage patterns, they are being made available on a website devoted to her patterns: Alice Fowler Website. If you can supply any additional information, please email Mary Ellen.|
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