Monthly Archives: August 2012
The Huntsville Times’ Gregg L. Parker recently wrote a wonderful article on our farm. Below is how the article appeared in the 8/29/12 edition.
Today we helped a young lady celebrate her 10th birthday with 16 of her friends. They met our animals, gathered fresh eggs, made an ornament by painting a glass ball filled with beautiful chicken feathers, played “herding the pigs” and “egg on a spoon,” and ate their birthday treats and opened gifts in our newly-finished […]
Fall is around the corner and 1818 Farms is now taking pre-orders for a variety of pumpkins and gourds. To pre-order please contact Natasha McCrary at 256-714-3220 or firstname.lastname@example.org Items will be available for pickup around September 20th. See below for what all we will have available….. Standard Pumpkins Volleyball size (
The Decatur Daily ran a story on our farm a few days ago. Go here to read the story. A special thanks to Catherine Godbey @DecaturLiving, and John Godbey for the wonderful story and images. Below is some video from their visit.
Last Sunday we took our three youngest goats to our church, First United Methodist in Huntsville, to represent the “Faith Promise” dollars that were collected to purchase goats for a South Sudan village where three of our church members are now on a mission trip. The goats will provide milk and cheese for the people in […]
Our first fresh cut flower bouquet.
The mama hen and her chicks have a home of their own now. My dad built a “palace” for this little Bantam hen who sat for three weeks, in the extreme heat, on eggs that were not her own. When we realized she was “broody” and was going to set, whether she had eggs or […]