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Name: Lily
Date registered: July 10, 2013

Latest posts

  1. Totes Ma Goats! Has It Been A Year Already? — April 8, 2014
  2. Our Backs Thank You…Now Could You Bring A Little Sunshine Our Way — February 13, 2014
  3. Arctic Blast vs. SweetWater Farm — February 8, 2014
  4. A Farmer’s Work Is Never Done — November 19, 2013
  5. Help Our Farm & Save Our Backs — September 29, 2013

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Apr 08

Totes Ma Goats! Has It Been A Year Already?

Back in the 1950’s, Bob & Sue Palmer purchased a beautiful piece of land located in the heart of the Mozarks – now better known as SweetWater Farm.  The Palmer family settled in at the homestead and paved the way for future generations to appreciate & nurture the vision of Bob & Sue Palmer.  Today, …

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Feb 13

Our Backs Thank You…Now Could You Bring A Little Sunshine Our Way

This post is dedicated to all of you!!!   Nate & I want to thank you for all your support.   Our New “Used” Hay Stack Liner Purchased With Your Help – Many Thanks! We are happy to report our first GoFundMe campaign for bail baskets was a success!  Thanks to Nate’s ever vigilant research …

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Feb 08

Arctic Blast vs. SweetWater Farm

As Nate and I have settled into farm life we have begun to establish our routines, chores, and projects to be completed for the coming year. Fortunately, Nate and I are pretty organized and like to lay our plans out before we get started.  Funny thing about “planning” on a farm is it is better to call …

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Nov 19

A Farmer’s Work Is Never Done

    In spring he plows and tills the field,A farmer’s work is never done, All day long, thru dusk from dawn. His back is sore, his hands are rough, There never is quite time enough. Hoping for the biggest yield. Makes neat rows, through aching heels, Strings the nets and pounds in steel. Warmer …

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Sep 29

Help Our Farm & Save Our Backs

Hello family, friends, & supporters,  (DONATE HERE: http://www.gofundme.com/4jyjj4) We are posting this because we need your help. Read on to see how you can help. We have been working hard over the past few months here on SweetWater to develop a sustainable farm. Our hope is to create a place that family and friends will …

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Sep 16

SweetWater’s Going Green

Welcome back to SweetWater! We have been busy working away the past few weeks and have a lot to share.  Not only are we cutting hay, but we built an impressive greenhouse that will hopefully keep us growing well into the winter months.  All in all, the greenhouse is 65 feet long and 16 feet …

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Aug 30

Free Range Days Are Here On SweetWater!

Welp, I may have fallen behind on the blog, but we have made a lot of great steps forward on the farm. So Today I thought I would take a moment to try to catch you up a bit about life on SweetWater. A month or so ago we were wishing for rain & now …

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Jul 25

Mishaps & Raindrops On Roses

Greetings from Captain Von Trapp! Well part of the promise of this blog was to share not only our adventures on the farm, but our misadventures and mishaps too.  I guess as we get older we realize that often those “that’s not how we planned it” moments just happen sometimes.  Even if they are down …

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Jul 15

Rain Dances, Machines, & More Machines

After many many rain dances, we finally have rain.  You can almost hear the critters, plants, & grass sigh with relief.  We needed it and although it didn’t last long, we’ll take what we can get. Not only does the rain bring nourishment to the plants, cool the air down a bit, but it also …

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Jun 28

Will The Roosters Please Step Forward? (Critters & More)

Leo our resident Fatty Welp, we have had a few busy weeks and it looks like I need to play catch up.  I think I will break it down into three separate blogs to make it a little more reader friendly.  I’ll call this one: Critters & More. Part 1: Critters & More Well, we …

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