A fun little recap of Purdue’s Aviation Exploration Day in February 2018! … More Aviation Exploration Day 2018
A lot of fun things happened this year. We got a turkey and some new chickens. We also added 2 new ducks to the flock, along with This year’s harvest season yielded 6,300 bushels of soybeans. Some upgrades were made to the Garden Shed. We also learned that the shed was built on August 22, … More A Look Back at 2017
Find out about some new animals! … More Introducing Some New Animals!
Can you guess what we are up to? … More Its That Time of Year Again!
Who is Reginald? Reginald is the turkey which we received on January the 1st, 2016. He is our first turkey, (and any bird larger than the chickens) so we look forward to learning how a turkey lives. He is used to being around chickens so once they get used to him, they should become good … More Reginald!
This year, our fields held corn. Next year they will hold soybeans. Here are some intresting facts about soybeans: The top picking soybean counties in Indiana were 1. Montgomery, 2. Clinton, 3. Randolph, 4.Benton, 5. Rush. Soybeans accounted for 31% of the United States’ crop in 2016, as corn was largest at 33%. * Sources: … More A New Year, A New Crop.
Since it had been a while since our last blog post 0n the chicks, I thought why not do another. The chicks are about 8-10 weeks old now, and have grown immensely. They have been let out of their cage, and now are roaming around with Peep, Pickles, and Garfield. They are learning how to … More An Update on the Chicks!
Here at the farm, we celebrate Independence day which is a day that America celebrates being a free country. We always set of fireworks here (NOTE: They aren’t as big as the picture 🙂
Some cool cherry fun facts! … More Fun Fact!
It finally Happened! … More It’s Official! We have chicks!