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1818 Farms Hosts Bon Appetit Appalachia Event
3 years ago 0

Pictured above, Natasha McCrary (center) receives recognition Thursday at 1818 Farms from Earl Gohl, federal co-chair on the Appalachian Regional Commission (left) and Jim Byard Jr., director of the Alabama Department of Economic and Community Affairs. 1818 Farms is one of six Tennessee Valley businesses featured in “Bon Appétit Appalachia.” 1818 Farms in Mooresville was […]

1818 Farms Sheep Shearing
3 years, 2 months ago 0

The sheep are sheared! Our fabulous shearer, Gary Lawson, owner of Lawson Sheep Shearing, did a great job with his steady hand and delicate touch. Gary has agreed to come back next year and do a demonstration for the public, so mark your calendars for March 25, 2017. We will post more information this coming […]

1818 Farms Canning Class a Big Hit
3 years, 10 months ago 0

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 […]

Summer Camp Fun
3 years, 11 months ago 0

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 […]

Time to Shed the Winter Coat
4 years, 3 months ago 0

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 […]

Snow Storm 2015!
4 years, 4 months ago 0

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.

1818 Farms Paintings Unveiled, Will Be Auctioned to Benefit the Greater Huntsville Humane Society
4 years, 7 months ago 0

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 […]

1818 Farms Auctioning Paintings to Benefit the Greater Huntsville Humane Society
4 years, 8 months ago 0

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 […]

Wonderful Evening for the Final
4 years, 8 months ago 0

Friday, October 17th at 1818 Farms, 70 guests enjoyed a delicious and fresh four-course Farm-to-Table dinner prepared by Chef Jakob Reed of Albany Bistro in Decatur. While soft jazz music by A Mellow Tone played, guests mingled and enjoyed a variety of appetizers and viewed the garden and the animals. At sunset, guests were seated at […]

WAAY-TV visits 1818 Farms
4 years, 11 months ago 0

Thank you WAAY-TV for the wonderful spot you ran today during your 4pm News! We couldn’t have put together a better piece if we had written the script ourselves. It was great having Shawn and Suzanne come out and film so soon after the lambs were born. And you can tell that the chickens love […]