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Quaker Bee Honey
Free Range Eggs
Wool, Fiber & Doll Hair
Milk Goat Shares
Learn more about life
on the farm!
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How Bees Make Honey
A Chicken is Born
A Haircut for Sheep
A Baby Horse is Born
A Baby Goat is Born
Lassie Saves a Lamb
...delightful children's stories about life on the farm, complete with
beautiful illustrating photographs...
The Old Schoolhouse Magazine
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Visitors to the Quaker Hill Farm web site come from all over the world. We are grateful for the
to share our life and ideals of holistic natural farming practices and traditional homesteading
with so many of you.
While we do host workshops on a variety of subjects related to homesteading, cooking,
cheesemaking, soapmaking and more,
we also know that it is
not always possible for some of our visitors to personally visit us and participate in
a workshop or class. So, I decided to feature "how-to" articles related to Animal Husbandry
for goats, sheep, chickens, ducks and bees as well as Homesteading articles and Cooking articles
(cheesemaking, soapmaking and more).
This will be an ongoing project that will take time to fully develop as I write and photograph
one topic at a time. Needless to say, this project is very time consuming!
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This web site, including articles, stories, recipes, photos, and instructional information, is the work of one person.
It is a site that does much
more than just feature our farm products, it is full of educational information for children and adults alike.
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Feeding an Orphaned Lamb
"The Lord bless thee and keep thee...."
- Numbers 6:24