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I can taste is all over again looking at these pictures. We are accidental farmers. We didn’t intend to raise livestock for a living. But, I had a passion for food and growing and raising our own. That passion turned into a major love of feeding others and branched out to us raising that quality […]

Events, Farm Store

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This week, June 15th, we are kicking off our Delivery service to NW Whatcom County! When you checkout, the option will come up when you select “shipping”. Our family is committed to bringing you the best of the best right to your door. Now Serving: Lynden, Blaine, Birch Bay, Custer & Ferndale Details: Porch Delivery […]

Farm Store

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Your family won’t want to ever eat anything else. At least mine doesn’t! Between this and my homemade pizza, the kids have been ruined for others! My favorite flour to use is a locally milled and grown flour from Cairnspring Mills in Burlington. I might be partial to their Skagit Valley grown wheat but its […]

Beef, Recipe

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I did the math 9 times. I rewrote this post 4 more. I was sure I was wrong. But, this past week, after shipping out boxes for the day right here in the ranch store, I took a closer look at our profit/loss and realized we just couldn’t absorb the increase cost of production like […]

Farm Store, shipping

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learn to process your own chicken on your homestead

Homesteading

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I dabbled with this for months. I didn’t know how it worked (like anything new) and to be honest, our slow internet kept me from pursuing it at all. Y’all, we’re talking dial up speed over here. But, after years of taking videos and documenting our days, I decided to jump all in on something […]

Livestock Husbandry, Ranch Life

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From pasture to package, processing chicken right here on the farm.

Chicken, Farm Kids

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INGREDIENTS For the Roasted Peppers & Onions 2 large green bell peppers, thinly sliced 1/2 a large red onion, thinly sliced 1 tbsp olive oil salt pepper For the Herby Yogurt Sauce 1 cup Greek yogurt 2 large handfuls fresh parsley 1 large lemon, zested and juiced 1-2 tbsp olive oil salt, to taste pepper, […]

Lamb, Recipe

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Enjoy an immaculate, super easy to cook, professional quality steak at home every time. Watch these steps in action here    My name is Ona Lee, I am the chef owner of Clara’s Canning Co. Recently, Brianna asked me if I’d like to share a steak cooking method for the Widnor Blog, and I jumped at […]

Beef, Kitchen Hacks, Recipe

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We have been excitedly waiting the arrival of Rosies new piglets. If you don’t know Rosie, she is Levi’s sweet sow; a pig he raised from the time she was 8 weeks old. Rosie was bred to our Gloucestershire Old Spot/Duroc boar, Hank the Tank and her piglets are a cross of GOS/ Duroc and […]

Livestock, Pigs