Our logo

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So when creating our logo I wanted to convey a few things that I felt were important about our business. First it needed to show a little bit of our quirky character, which is shown in the big smile of … Continued

Guinea Hogs vs Kunekune Part 2

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Piglets: Guinea piglets scream bloody murder when you pick them up. When I say bloody murder I mean the first thought in your head will be to put them down immediately so that ringing in your head will stop. Kunekune … Continued

Guinea Hogs vs Kunekune Part 1

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American Guinea hogs vs Kunekune. After owning both for awhile now here is my breakdown between the 2. Temperament: Guinea hogs are friendly compared to your traditional commercial sized pig. However nothing beats the Kunekune when it comes to having … Continued

Guinea Hogs

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Perhaps the original homestead hog, AGHs (American Guinea Hogs) are a small breed that will grow to about 200-300 pounds at maturity (2-3 years of age). Typically these hogs are butchered at 7-8 months of age and have a hanging … Continued

What is Permaculture?

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What is permaculture? Most people do not have any idea about permaculture, if they do, they are quick to envision an off-the-grid enthusiast hooking solar panels to chicken coops. Actually, permaculture is the philosophy of working with, rather than against … Continued

Our Blue Copper Marans

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Recently we purchased 20 blue copper maran hatchlings. They were actually a mix of quite a few different types of maran. From black copper marans, to blue and even some cuckoo marans, We even got a white one. Which i … Continued

Upcoming articles

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Here are some of the articles we are working on.   Using a pto auger on a tractor Keying a fence post instead of using cement Types of fencing for hogs and other livestock chirt vs green grass Amending my … Continued

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