FEB
09
2012

Home Made Hot Sauce

We love hot sauce here at BeeWench Farm. I mean we REALLY love hot sauce. We go through a lot of hot sauce and our favorite was almost $9 a bottle, and was gone in about one and a half weeks! So I went on a quest to find an easy recipe for hot sauce that tasted good…and didn’t
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FEB
09
2012

Still Not Much Going On

So, I’ll just share a couple of pictures I snapped the other day.  
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JAN
24
2012

I Know It’s Been Quiet

It always seems like January and February are a waiting game on the farm. We’re waiting for rain, waiting for the plants to germinate in the greenhouse, waiting for kidding to start, waiting for eggs to hatch…and on and on. So, not much to report. Just doing a lot of planning and
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JAN
19
2012

Harvest Tall For 2011

I know that I didn’t give you our harvest tally for all of 2011 and I’m sorry about that. We had some mix-ups the last month or two of the year so I’m not sure how accurate the last figures are. But this should be pretty close. October Eggs:194 Milk: 40 quarts (10 gallons) Veg:
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JAN
19
2012

Worms!

Yay! We finally got the worms in our greenhouse. Cristy at SLO County Worm Farm came over last week to check out the area I wanted to install the worms in. She thought it would be fine to have them in the greenhouse and gave me some ideas on how much space they’d need, caring for
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JAN
05
2012

David vs. Monsanto

Disturbing video testimony…please watch: \
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JAN
04
2012

Home Veterinary Practices

If you’ve followed my blog for any length of time you know that I am not one to have someone else do something that I am perfectly capable of doing on my own. One of those things is first aid or veterinary care for our livestock or pets. Now, don’t get me wrong, I’m not one to
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JAN
03
2012

2012 GOALS and 2011 GOALS REVIEW

Back in December of last year I wrote a post on our 2011 goals; things we wanted to accomplish for the year. We did okay, some plans changed throughout the year and others still need to be accomplished. Get breeding hogs – we decided not to do this since we found a local farm
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