One Year In The Life Of A Homesteader In Indiana | Goat Farmer | Beekeeper | Gardener | Poultry

Time passes us so quickly sometimes. It’s easy to forget all of the best and worst moments of our year because they can all blend together. Time seems to fly even quicker on a farm where the chores never end and there are never enough ours in a day. Thankfully we have been blessed with documenting as much of our lives as we can. I’ve laughed until I’ve cried looking back on some moments and brought to tears over remembering loss in others. Please enjoy a Year in the Life of a Homesteader and Goat Farmer

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A family of homesteaders in East Central Indiana. We want to break free of the Big Box Grocery Stores. We are striving to grow our own food on our little slice of paradise that started out as a retired corn field! We raise Nigerian Dwarf Goats, Muscovy Ducks, meat and egg laying chickens, and turkeys! We love beekeeping for the benefits they provide us and neighboring gardens as pollinators and honey is just a sweet bonus! We garden in zone 5b in both raised garden beds and in ground gardens! Follow us on our journey and become apart of our Farmily!

Indianapolis, IN

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