Our Mini Farm

Just some pictures of some of our animals this year!









We will also be getting honeybees in a couple of weeks- James is ready for them.



 We have two boxes set up, and are doing our research!   And I am so glad that one of my blog readers is a beekeeper- Warren, who runs "My Home among the Hills" blog, has a lot of great info on raising bees for honey.   I am sure we will have our share of stings and trial and error experiences, but I hope we will be successful! 

 

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  • 3/14/2013 10:56 AM warren wrote:
    I am glad you get something useful from my beekeeping experience! I am sure you will have some interesting experiences but that makes the honey taste even better! Holler if I can ever help!
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    1. 3/21/2013 2:58 PM Bethany wrote:
      I will be sure to do that, Warren! Thanks so much!
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  • 3/25/2013 3:12 PM Lisa O'Brien wrote:
    Bethany, your "mini-farm" is not "mini" at all! You look like you've got quite a sizeable farm going on there! I'm too nervous to keep bees, since I've had allergic reactions to stings in the past, but good for you! We get our honey from a local beekeeper--it's superior to store-bought, especially for allergies. Keep us posted about how things are going!
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  • 3/26/2013 8:00 AM Bethany wrote:
    Thank you, Lisa!
    And I love fresh honey. It sure is good!

    Hope you have been doing well!
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  • 3/26/2013 1:44 PM Lisa O'Brien wrote:
    Wow--looking back at my comment, it sure reads snooty
    I didn't mean to sound like the honey one buys in the store is junk. Honey = Yum, no matter where or how you procure it!
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    1. 3/27/2013 11:04 AM Bethany wrote:
      I didn't read it as snooty at all!
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  • 4/18/2013 9:01 AM Kim wrote:
    I love your farm and growing family! Hope you all are doing well. Was thinking about you this morning when I was blog checking. God bless!
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  • 3/10/2014 1:20 AM Colin wrote:
    You have maintained your farm really well. The small pigs are so cute and lovely. Take good care of them.
    Regards, Colin @ [Costello Builders]
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