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Cheese Acres Farm · 1Y ago

True Thankfulness

Originally posted on Cheese Acres Farm: Here are a few thoughts about thankfulness that I’d like to share. First, God tells us we should be thankful in everything. 1 Thessalonians 5:18 say...
Cheese Acres Farm · 1Y ago

Answering your egg questions

Some  of the questions people always ask us are: Do hens need a rooster to lay eggs? How can you tell if an egg is fertile? Do fertilized eggs taste different? Is there a baby chicken in the...
Cheese Acres Farm · 11M ago

The old days- I want them back

Originally posted on Cheese Acres Farm: Every fall when we go to the mountains I am reminded of how simple life used to be and how complex we have made things now. As we hiked the old wago...
Cheese Acres Farm · 1Y ago

Easy breakfast muffin

In a hurry? Pop these in the oven ahead of time, refrigerate and heat up for a quick on the go breakfast!  In a lined or greased muffin pan place some broken up pieces of bread. (I used 2 sl...
Cheese Acres Farm · 1Y ago

Chicksplosion

Spring has sprung and the chicksplosion has begun. Princess hatched her 5 chicks and since then we have 4 more hatch. We still have 3 hens sitting so more should be hatching in the next two ...
Cheese Acres Farm · 1Y ago

Saint Patrick’s Day

It is said that there are two types of people, those who are Irish and those who wish they were. So in honor of my Irish heritage, may the luck of the Irish be with you all today! Here is a ...
Cheese Acres Farm · 1Y ago

Dogs, Chickens, Goats and more

First let me say please forgive my absence from the blogging world. I just haven’t felt it lately and I will tell you why. In my last post I told you all how we were a year mourning our prec...
Cheese Acres Farm · 1Y ago

Precious Memories

Our hearts hurts. One year ago, January 27th when we came home from work we found our precious Sara Lee was injured, hit by a car. She couldn’t walk. I hadn’t seen her yet and wondered where...
Cheese Acres Farm · 1Y ago

It’s 2016! Welcome to our little farm.

When Farmer Cheese and I started raising chickens 4 years ago this March, I don’t think either of us envisioned nearly 90 of them! The funny thing is we are adding more. We can’t keep up wit...
Cheese Acres Farm · 1Y ago

What are you doing New Years Eve?

So what are you doing New Year’s Eve? Going out to a party somewhere or staying home like most of us? Some of the traditions that we take for granted actually came from ancient times. So whi...