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Photos from Apricot Lane Farms

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  • The Egret
    Why does it feel so good to welcome back this old friend? I shot this off my phone while passing the pond the o...
  • Growing a Person
    A story taken from Farmer Molly’s blog, Organic Spark. Originally told December 12, 2014. In March of this y...
  • Emma and her Piglets
    This is our mama pig, Emma. She came to us sick and pregnant. We expected her first litter to be 6 piglets... i...
  • Todd
      Everyone who met him said "he's the luckiest dog in the world". I agree, what dog wouldn't enjoy the ...
  • Aerial View Looking South
    Looking south. Mobile chicken coop "B" with 100 laying hens in pasture #16 (right). Top of frame you can see a ...
  • Gentle Giant
    It's hard to believe this giant and potentially dangerous teddy bear of a bull enjoys small slices of apples, s...
  • The Guardian
    Each night in the pasture the only thing standing between the sheep and a hungry bob cat, coyote or a fiery dra...
  • Soula and Baby
    "What really matters?" I bought this momma who we call "Soula" at a show over 2 years ago. Not only did she no...
  • Maggie's Needs
    For todays musings from the farm, I walked around and noticed the faces of a few of the creatures that surround...
  • Chicken Crew
    Some moments captured of Yessie (aka Jessie) and Tina while caring for the layers. Our chickens have become qui...
  • Magic of Grass
    It is the earths skin. It feeds and protects the soil that has provided us with life for billions of years. It ...
  • Life of a Hen
    The deep color of our chickens' egg yolks is a reflection of the hours they spend foraging on lush green pastur...
  • Overlooking Talent
    Overlooking Talent. I'm constantly telling our team how important it is that every animal on this farm have ...
  • It's in the Flavor
    Everything we do here - from the cover cropping in our orchards to the rotation of our animals around the farm ...
  • Snoopy
    For the most part our ewe's (female sheep) give birth to very healthy lambs. Every once in awhile one comes out...
  • Grass-Made Cow
    Meet Fire Fly. She's nearly as tough as she looks. Especially the closer she gets to calving. Which will be wit...
  • Sapphire
    Ms. Sapphire. The only animal on the farm who our cattle respect. She and her buddy, Rico, are used during catt...
  • Behind the Magic
    What's behind those doors you ask? Oh about 300,000 worms churning through biodynamic cow and horse manure maki...
  • Chicken Bedtime
    The duality of the "dream life" we live here on Apricot Lane is evident on all of our smiling, sleep deprived f...
  • Alan York
    Even during his long battle with cancer he was advising us to the very end. The planet lost one if its greatest...
  • Smiling Piglet
    Why is she smiling? This 1 week old piglet found her way to the top of the nap pile. It's the coveted spot with...
  • What the Child Sees
    When a kid goes to a zoo they don't dress as a zookeeper, when they go to the bank with a parent they dont dres...
  • Western Bluebird
    In the last few years we've placed over 45 bird boxes around the farm to bring up the numbers of the Western Bl...
  • The Beginning of Apricot Lane Farms
    A story taken from Farmer Molly's blog, Organic Spark, about Apricot Lane Farms becoming a reality. Originally ...