Hello EB Ranch supporters and Two Farm Ladies Podcast fans!
This is a blog update about 2FLP. As the title says, it's the summer crazies!! Both Khaiti and I are treading water during this busy time of year farming. While I can't totally speak for Khaiti, I know she is in full market garden mode with her partner Ben. They are frequenting multiple farmers markets a week selling beautiful delicious garden produce and canned goods.
Myself, it's just busy on the other veggie CSA farm I work for not to mention it being busy on my own farm. I'm horrendously behind on my goat milk soap making. I'm spending the weekend trimming goat hooves , doing goat health checks and giving each of my 47 goats copper bolus. That's getting a capsule of copper down each goats throat.
So on and so forth, this blog is letting folks know that 2FLP won't be putting out a July podcast. We still hope for an August release, but there is always a chance that may not happen either. But we will keep chipping away at this podcast. We are having fun doing it, and we both do have the hope to make a bit of money doing this at some point down the line.
To wrap this up, I want to acknowledge some farms that are in rough shape in the area. There was a pretty devastating storm and tornado that tore up areas north of here. Thankfully there where no human casualties. Though there where plenty of trees down and lots of property damage. We are all at the mercy of Mother Nature, but farm in particular suffer greatly. As always, try and support a local farm or farms and they in turn will support you and the community with their products and food.
Thank you, and enjoy this cute picture of a soon to be new member of EB Ranch. Meet Anders the rough collie puppy. He will be joining EB Ranch in mid August. I have high hopes for him being an all around good farm dog. With correct training he can help me herd and move goats as well as keeping varmint such as gophers and rabbits at bay.
Thanks so much for the support, and I hope y'all will hear from us soon!!
PS-This is my lovely niece Lydia posing with Anders!
Born and raised in a small town, then moved back to the same small town. Jill of many trades and happy to be so.