Category : 1818 Happenings
1818 Farms is excited to announce our appearance at three upcoming “Holiday Markets.” We will have our booth set up displaying all of our hand crafted bath and beauty products, pottery, farm shirts, and other goodies available for purchase. Stop by and see us! Hopefully we are coming close to your neck of the woods. […]
Along with Chef Jakob Reed, we completed our Canning 101 Class last Sunday at Albany Bistro in Decatur, AL. A big thanks to everyone who participated, and Catherine Godbey of the Decatur Daily. This group is ready to can some farm fresh goodness! Be sure to read Catherine’s article on the class, which included a […]
We just concluded our first two sessions of Summer Camp at 1818 Farms. The kids had a great time and learned a lot about farm life. Daily activities included gathering eggs, feeding the chickens, lambs, and pigs, playing with the barn cats, and picking vegetables. The kids learned how to make a few simple sauteed […]
We had a busy spring this year, with six lambs born in April. First came our twins: “Rand” and “Stuart” (mother: Lulu; father: Thor). Next was “Jake” (mother: Sweat Pea; father: Kain). Then came “Lulu” (mother: Sugar; father: Kain). Followed by “Lotus” (mother: Buttercup; father: Thor). And finally, “Preston” (mother: Daisy; father: Kain). We plan […]
With the warm weather here, the sheep were eager to shed their winter coats. Below is a video clip from this week’s shearing, and some pictures. A special thanks goes out to Joel Snyder of The Shearer that Cares. Joel had a long day of shearing before he arrived at 1818 Farms. We are very appreciative […]
We are happy to announce our spring and summer class offerings as well as the dates for our two upcoming Farm to Table Dinners. Please click the links below to get more information and purchase reservations for the classes and dinners of your choice. 3/12 Seed Starting Class (at The Cupboard in Decatur, AL) 4/6 Farm Tours Resume (please […]
Not all our animals enjoyed the recent snow, but our Babydoll Sheep didn’t mind at all. I guess it helps to have a nice wool coat.
Our lambs were excited to find out that 2015 is “The Year of the Sheep.”
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We are always excited to have the opportunity to help animals. In an effort to raise money for the great people and animals at the Greater Huntsville Humane Society, 1818 Farms will be auctioning paintings of our three most popular Instagram pictures from the past year, as well as 2 other “artist choice” scenes from the […]