Fox Trot Farm

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Cheesy Noodle Casserole with Lamb

September 17, 2017
by Deborah Burgess
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Lamb-extravaganza! Loin chops and ground lamb on sale today!

Farmer Bob and I were rearranging our big chest freezer and we discovered that we have an abundance of ground lamb and lamb chops! Lucky for you because Farmer Bob said, “Why don’t we have a special sale this Sunday?” … Continue reading

Feeding the chickens

September 10, 2017
by Deborah Burgess
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Honey Sticky Buns and more for National Honey Month!

Oh my goodness….Granny Bee sure has been busy baking! September is National Honey Month and what better way to celebrate than cooking and baking with honey? Here’s a plate of freshly baked sticky buns….made with lots of butter and HONEY, … Continue reading

Cicada emerging from its shell

August 25, 2017
by Deborah Burgess
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What about that cicada chirping in the tree, and more insect miracles

What is that big mysterious brown, empty bug shell sticking on the side of tree? Or, in this case, on the side of our pullet house? It’s a cicada!  Imagine my delight when I was cleaning cobwebs off the pullet house … Continue reading

Fox Trot Farm Muth Honey Jar

August 21, 2017
by Deborah Burgess
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We’ve added a new collectible honey jar in our farm market!

We’ve added a new collectible jar to our popular honey bear bank jars, and we think you’ll love it! It’s called a “Muth” jar, named after it’s 19th century inventor. During the 1800’s in America, this was the most popular … Continue reading

Roast Leg of Lamb

March 26, 2017
by Deborah Burgess
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Farm Market & Leg of Lamb Recipe

***Farm Market Sundays from 1:00-5:00 p.m. Guided tour at 2:00.*** A few days ago I posted a link on our Facebook page to a recipe I wanted to try for our leg of lamb roast. Well, I made it this … Continue reading

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March 5, 2017
by Deborah Burgess
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Daphne had her Kids!

Daphne had her kids! She had a buckling and a doeling, and they are strong and healthy. Daphne is a good momma, too. She’s very attentive, and has kept her babies warm these past freezing nights. Look at those long … Continue reading